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19. Wigs, Istanbul, Time at home and Natural skincare

Well I've been slacking off the ould blogging lately! With all the coming and going between Istanbul and home... I've just given myself a little break! Back now and feeling inspired to write some more and share some of my findings with you. I'll start off with a little update of whats been happening since… Continue reading 19. Wigs, Istanbul, Time at home and Natural skincare

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17. Chemotherapy – the history, the science and the wild claims

Believe it or not, the very first chemotherapy drug came from mustard gas used in world-war II. The US army employed two pharmacologists to find some use for a surplus of mustard gas after the Geneva Protocol banned its use. When its chemical formula was changed to make it nitrogen mustard, it was found to… Continue reading 17. Chemotherapy – the history, the science and the wild claims

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9. Alternative Treatments

I’ve had a busy couple of weeks since my last post. I ended up in A&E the bank holiday weekend just gone with a pain under my arm/chest area. It was on the opposite side of my body to where my tumours are but when you have cancer, every ache and pain is more cancer.… Continue reading 9. Alternative Treatments

Recipes

Chocolate Fudge Ice Cream

Chocolate fudge ice cream with peanut butter, maple syrup and roast peanuts. This recipe is so easy and pretty healthy considering how rich and creamy it tastes! It’s carb heavy (bananas and dates) which means its sugar heavy but… it’s all natural organic ingredients. Even though I try to keep my diet low in carbs… Continue reading Chocolate Fudge Ice Cream

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6. Diet: Part I – The early days

There are a lot diets out there claiming to be the best for healing cancer. And I would dabble with them all. I started with the alkaline diet, went to keto, vegan, raw, juicing, back to keto, back to alkaline. Tom gave me some really good advice which was not to get obsessed with the… Continue reading 6. Diet: Part I – The early days

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2. Diagnosis: Part II – Limbo

The week that followed after the ‘parting shot’ was a bit shit to say the least. I was in limbo. I had to tell my family I probably had breast cancer but I wasn’t sure, I didn’t have a diagnosis yet. I didn’t know what type of breast cancer it was but from googling, I… Continue reading 2. Diagnosis: Part II – Limbo

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1. Diagnosis: Part I

Stage 4 Diagnosis – A Blessing in Disguise! Yes you read that right. A stage 4 diagnosis actually saved my life. How the hell is that possible? Well bear with me and I’ll enlighten you! I’m going to skip back a little bit here. Back to a family holiday in Italy in May 2016. I… Continue reading 1. Diagnosis: Part I

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Introduction

Well hello! This is my very first blog post and I'm a bit nervous about putting myself out there. Why am I doing it you may ask!? I have a few reasons really. I want to document my healing journey for myself. I want to share it with family and friends (I haven't been able… Continue reading Introduction