For People Living With Cancer

Is corporation stifling innovation?

Is corporation stifling innovation?

This week has been one of my busiest in recent times, with a variety of engagements fulfilled, meeting many different people, from patients to Chief Executives. I have also done several presentations to different audiences. Firstly I’m grateful that currently my health is holding, enabling me to

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Are you affected by fatigue?

Are you affected by fatigue?

In a recent post I wrote about how I wondered if I was being selfish, and that came around because I was finding difficulty keeping up with social arrangements etc. By coincidence I then had a review with my Consultant, when he asked me how I was feeling,

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The politics of healthcare

The politics of healthcare

As my own cancer journey extends, and my work expands, I am now involved with many different organisations, offering advice and experience, in the hope that support for people affected by cancer will be improved in the longer term. My own work before cancer, was tangible, and

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Has cancer made me selfish?

Has cancer made me selfish?

I know, no one likes to consider themselves as selfish, especially me! But my encounter with cancer has made me wonder. Other people are always my concern, and the joy I receive in my life has always come from doing things for others. However, when cancer struck,

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The void when hospital appointments end.

The void when hospital appointments end.

The last few weeks have been busy, with some incredibly powerful stories shared, particularly regarding cancer and the work place. I was always aware that this was a much larger issue, than was talked about publicly, and some of the stories I have been told, have reinforced

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Cancer and the work place

Cancer and the work place

My last couple of posts have created a lot of discussion, particularly around the inequalities of cancer support. But today I would also like to add another area where there are real inequalities and that is the workplace! Personally I really understand the importance of work to

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You are not alone!

You are not alone!

I have always been personally aware of the inequalities of cancer support, and I was prompted to write last weeks post by some interesting conversations with people, who also had some similar views to my own. The object of this blog is to open up a dialogue by

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The Inequalities In Cancer Support

The Inequalities In Cancer Support

The lack of support I found on my own journey led me to do the work that I do, and although things have improved in that seven years, this is still an area that leaves much to be desired, and why I decided that I would personally

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