[CANCER] Treatment in the Midst of #COVID19

Some days I feel lucky - I am receiving excellent treatment on the NHS (and having had to pay for treatment in New Zealand, it made me extra grateful), and, so far as we know, there's no progression at the moment, so I'm not having to have any of the super-high risk treatments such as surgery, radiotherapy or chemotherapy. Work, Work, WorkI also made it back safely from New Zealand, to a house that I've…

[CANCER] Catchup with Oncologist whilst #BusyLivingWithMets

I'm still recovering from my operation, but it was time for another appointment with the oncologist this morning. I'm kind of hoping this is what my cancer blogs will look like from now on, maybe reporting that energy has improved a lot, but otherwise no great changes - let's see! Every scan/meeting with oncologist comes with potential for change in treatment, news of progression, etc ... and that pushes your head all over the place,…

[CANCER] Time for another ‘big op’ – the oophorectomy #BusyLivingWithMets

So, it's over a week since my operation, and mostly I have been sleeping, sleeping, sleeping, a bit of TV, quite a bit of reading, and a lot of sleeping, interspersed by short visits from a few friends, and Pokewalks around the block... Anyway ... bit of a ramble coming up, may be TMI for some people (but might help others going through same procedure later), and warning, is a pic of what I think…
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