Tag Archives: inflammatory breast cancer

Just another day above ground, all is well

16th January, 2008 2.10pm, a doctor leans his head to one side, looks at me and says ‘I’m sorry it’s cancer’. And in that moment, and with those few words, my life is changed forever. For many years following my … Continue reading

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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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