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  • Blog Post: please help!!!

    I just found out that my best friend's mum has cancer. i dont undersand and i dont know what to do or how to react, as i have never been through anything like this. I feel as though i should help in some way but i dont know how. please help my friend was shaking all day today at school because of...
  • Blog Post: Support 24/7 community nursing

    We believe that end of life shouldn’t mean the end of choice, which is why we’re revving up our campaign for access to 24/7 community nursing. You may have heard our campaign call before when we asked you to Vote Cancer Support but we now have a shiny new section on the website that...
  • Blog Post: Just thinking...

    Your present circumstances don't determine where you can go; they merely determine where you start. We should not judge people by their peak of excellence; but by the distance they have traveled from the point where they started. I still find each day too short for all the thoughts I want to think...
  • Blog Post: My Diary of a Mesothelioma Sufferer The red ball gown has been bought

    http://rayandmave.wordpress.com/2011/01/25/my-diary-the-red-ball-gown-has-been-purchased/ I have update my bog and still coping with this disease.
  • Blog Post: lessons

    The difference between school and life? In school, you're taught a lesson and then given a test. In life, you're given a test that teaches you a lesson
  • Blog Post: Working Through Cancer

    The festive season is over, everyone is back in the office, and resolutions are being stuck too, but you can do one more good thing to start the New Year and remind employers not to forget their legal responsibilities towards people diagnosed with cancer. Each year 109,000 people of working age...
  • Blog Post: what will be, will be

    Having got over the hectic xmas prep, I had my second chemo Dec 22nd so xmas was as good as it could be although I did feel quite rough. Straingley though, this didn't bother me as much as I thought it would, I was confident that I would be starting to feel better by the new year and my daughters...
  • Blog Post: My Story

    When I was 2 1/2, I was diagnosed with a kidney cancer - Wilms Tumor. The doctors immediately removed my kidney which was timely, another day and the tumor would have exploded and there wouldnt have been a chance. I had 18 months of intese chemotherapy and while I cant remember how I felt at the time...
  • Blog Post: out of the mouths of babes

    I thought I'd share a moment with you all as my little girl made me belly laugh so much. We always make a wish if we see a single bright star in the sky and so when one appeared a couple of weeks ago I called her through. I wish I may , I wish I might, wish on the star I see tonight..... ...
  • Blog Post: Life is a rollercoaster ...

    You know ... I used to say “ if only I could have a pound for every compliment I receive for them red shoes.” However, over the last few weeks it would be for each time someone has said to me “Go sh ... doesn't time fly ... where did that year go ...? ” These comments have...