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Category Archives: Chapters in Treatment
Life can deliver some really hard knocks and my Breast Cancer diagnosis was no exception back in October 2010. However, I am an eternal optimist and believe things always happen for a reason and turning a positive from a negative … Continue reading
Hello everyone! Guess what? Well, two things: First, I have moved back to the United States – no worries, Brits, we are still connected with our support systems though out London and hope to continue our floating Stitch & Bitches … Continue reading
London TV presenter Kate Thornton and Ex- Eastenders and West End star, Tamzin Outhwaite, are supporting the UK’s
One of my favourite movies is Postcards From The Edge starring Meryl Streep, written and directed by Carrie Fisher. I look at Fisher’s horrowing journey through alcoholism, drug addiction, mother-daughter relationship horrors and marriages and I still know my life … Continue reading
_____________________________ It’s always nice to end the year with a big thank you note BUT this is not like any other note – it’s from The Haven Breast Cancer Support Centre located in Fulham, London.
“We see their reality of both strength and pain, where dreams have no means to blossom
Help turn Breakthrough Breast Cancer’s winter flurry into a rosy blizzard Breakthrough Breast Cancer has launched an exciting digital Christmas campaign encouraging everybody to turn a snowflake pink for someone they love.
A little letter goes a long way. A big applause for our group that managed to raise £30,000 for Macmillan Cancer Support early November! A big CONGRATS!
Something I did not anticipate yesterday was the amount of tears shed over the two awards we gave out to the most fantastic volunteers in the world – Mary Jane & Carol! They were great tears and tears of JOY!
I picked up The Times last week (Thursday) and to my UTTER SHOCK AND HORROR read about my old Doctor, Mr Owen Gilmore, and how he was given ‘voluntary erasure’ by the GMC to avoid malpractice suits or charges against him. … Continue reading