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The ‘Cracks And Shadows’ Of Cancer Support

The 'Cracks And Shadows' Of Cancer Support

I was listening recently to the head of UK Building Control, discussing the red tape and complexities that had been allowed to develop over the years. This has produced the current system we seem to have, where nobody is sure of who is responsible for what! Regulations

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Thinking ‘Outside The Box’ Should Be Normal Now!

Thinking 'Outside The Box' Should Be Normal Now!

It’s been some time since I wrote a new piece due to refocusing my priorities. Since Your SimPal has been live, approximately 6 months now, it has dominated my work. We are now helping increasing numbers of people across the country, and interest in our work is

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Cancer Does Not Discriminate (Jeremy’s Story)

Cancer Does Not Discriminate (Jeremy's Story)

In my work I get to meet some wonderful people and Jeremy Marshall is one of those. A man who’s life was also brought crashing down with a cancer diagnosis. I was delighted that Jeremy accepted my invitation to share his experiences on the site. His career

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More Innocent Victims Of Cancer Politics

More Innocent Victims Of Cancer Politics

As many of you know, I have frequently talked about my disgust for the incredible amount of politics that are involved in the cancer world. Political games played by organisations that impact on people’s lives. The more insight I get the more it greatly disturbs me. Many people

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It’s A Lottery Even In The Same Postcode!

It's A Lottery Even In The Same Postcode!

The work that I do in cancer support has changed dramatically over the years, and I have had to adjust with the increase of demand on my time. My speaking engagements and charity take a bulk of my time now, with writing filling any gaps. But one thing

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We Must Continue To Share!

We Must Continue To Share!

Every week is interesting with the work I do, you just never really know what will happen. Also when you plan something, you never quite know how things will go, and it seems that we constantly need to adapt to ever changing demands. What people require these

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Corporation Is Stifling Cancer Support Innovation

Corporation Is Stifling Cancer Support Innovation

When I was initially given such a short time to live, my ambition was just to make a noise about how random and disjointed cancer support really is. But now after many years of unexpected life I have a strategy, a plan and an infrastructure to help with that

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Dealing With Loss

Dealing With Loss

This week I have felt compelled to revisit one of my previous posts. We are now closing in on the ‘Festive Period’ where our thoughts turn to celebrating with friends and family. However this can be a particularly tough time for many of us. This year has

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