Monthly Archives: April, 2014

Feeling better, getting worse

Things have gone more than a bit pear-shaped of late, on the cancer front at least. What were just small possible liver mets on a 22 Jan 2014 scan have rather taken off and are now causing my platelet count to drop, as well as my liver function. Last week I was switched from Letrozole …

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Awareness – post-diagnosis?

I have recently had a major progression of my Metastatic Breast Cancer into my liver. I have been thinking that I wonder if awareness actually works because doctors, and even oncologists seem to be so resistant to patients recognising symptoms. There have been some high profile cases of young women developing cervical cancer about the …

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Health Communications and Health Advocacy

With deep understanding, health communicators can engage and inspire change, whether in individuals or in society as a whole.

MBCNbuzz

...the proactive voice of the metastatic breast cancer community...

The Sarcastic Boob

Determined to Manage Breast Cancer with the Same Level of Sarcasm with which I Manage Everything Else

Telling Knots

About 30% of people diagnosed with breast cancer at any stage will develop distal metastasis. I am one.

The Riverford Blog

News from the farm