Category Archives: Macmillan

The Magnificent Seven! 7 years NED

Good morning! And what a beautiful morning it is, a sunny day to mark my celebration of 7 years NED (No evidence of disease) of Inflammatory Breast Cancer A day of reflection and deep gratitude for all the lovely people … Continue reading

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How to help people with cancer return to work

An article today in Personnel Today made the following points: Cancer survivors are often able to return to work, but are at risk of leaving the work life early. Early departure from work life is due to chronic symptoms, such … Continue reading

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2013 and what it means to me – High Five!

As they used to say in Sesame Street, this blog is brought to you by the number 5. January 16th will be 5 years to the day since I was diagnosed with Inflammatory Breast Cancer. the chances of surviving to … Continue reading

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Caroline’s Campaign makeover day

Aged 44, I was diagnosed with Inflammatory Breast Cancer, rare and aggressive, in January 2008. Within days of diagnosis I was plunged into the scary world of chemotherapy and was told that I must have a mastectomy as soon as … Continue reading

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