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6 Years NED today! (No evidence of disease f**k you IBC)

6 Things I have learned from recovering from cancer 1. Life is short – like many people I have been inspired by Stephen Sutton this week, what a wonderful young man who inspired millions of people. 2. Doctors don’t know … Continue reading

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Fundraising for Breast Cancer UK

CHARITY AWARENESS & FUNDING. I am trying to raise awareness and funding for a charity close to my heart: Breast Cancer UK http://www.breastcanceruk.org.uk/ Breast Cancer UK is the only UK-wide charity dedicated to preventing breast cancer by campaigning to reduce … 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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Can a vision save your life?

A compelling reason to live is the best treatment when you are sick. What’s your reason for breathing? Continue reading

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