[CANCER] Treatment 14/? has been done! #IAmThe31 .. with a little help from @ogcancerpatient

I still feel like I am recovering from October, with Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and trying to bring more awareness to Secondary Breast Cancer than just one day in the year through (appearing in the Daily Mail and) getting my walking average up to 3.1km average for the month - surprisingly hard considering I look back pre-illness to cycling 12 miles a day to work, walking all over a massive building, then going to the…

It’s October: #BreastCancerAwarenessMonth #IAmThe31

So, today is the first day of October, and your timeline may have been full of (pink) breast cancer awareness campaigns ... also noticed that it's ADHD awareness month, Black History Month, Downs Syndrome Awareness month - so hopefully we'll learn about a range of different things this month... Facebook 'Secret' Campaigns You know I'm not a fan of these right? How does posting some kind of random emoji, your underwear colour, or an untrue…

[CANCER] Week 3 of Treatment: Plodding Along

And there we are, another week has passed since I blogged, so I'm now 3/18 treatments of the current plan (before I get scanned, and we see if this drug is doing anything, and if it is, we keep going). Friday/Weekend So, still making sure I get out for that little walk every day (Fri/Sat - with a 'Bear Hug' in the post) - some days it's 1500 steps, some it's more ... all feels…

[CANCER/MEDIA] Talking with @Sarah_Montague on @BBCWorldatOne on @BBCRadio4

This morning I was rung by the production team from World at One, on BBC Radio 4, who had heard my BBC Radio 5 Live piece, and wanted to run something similar. There is a lot of rumbling about the number of people who have missed diagnoses (anticipated 18,000-35,000), and how those with ongoing treatment (such as me) have been affected by COVID and its impact upon health services. (Listen here; Audio file) There's a…