Always a bittersweet time of year: my annual check-up and Louise’s birthday. Here we are on her 18th about to go clubbing. She styled my outfit, Kate Moss Topshop dress…an […]
My sweet peas Exactly seven years ago I was still reeling from the surprise diagnosis of my soft tissue sarcoma . You can read about it here but, for those […]
Here is an article written by Martin Powell, a mushroom expert. Admittedly he is a supplier of mushrooms supplements so will have a vested interest, but 5000 years of Chinese […]
I am not a nutritionist or in any way qualified to dish out advice but I will simply share my experiences and then it’s up to you.
Yes, it’s that time of year again: another trip to the Marsden and a clear chest x-ray. As ever the x-ray is done within 10 minutes of my arrival […]
Thanks Zoe Williams for this vindication of what we all know! And here’s my recipe for chicken soup if you need reminding!
This is the staple for all sickness in any Jewish household. Even if you are not Jewish it is a panacea for all ills. I have never made it before […]
Half of people diagnosed with advanced melanoma, which once had dismal survival rates, are now living for five years or more when they receive a combination immunotherapy treatment, a study […]
Ok so this is not an overnight thing. As many of you will know it started almost 6 years ago with my soft tissue sarcoma in my calf, then two […]
I have always struggled with the language of cancer – other people’s language that is. All that fighting, battling, struggling….Here Simon Jenkins hits the nail on the head and encourages […]