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You never know what tomorrow will bring, so walk, run, cycle, sing and dance as much as possible.” I am a French tourist currently cycling across Australia. Bike touring can sometimes be physically challenging but it is a wonderful way to discover a country, its natural beauty and meet its people. In addition to my […]
Allison Duncan was diagnosed with an aggressive stage 4 bowel cancer at the age of 38. “The diagnosis came after a miscarriage, months of severe illness and was followed by several major surgeries and a gruelling period of treatment and recovery. It was a tough time.
The first time Zoe’s mother, Suzanne, had an instinct that something was wrong with her daughter was when she noticed Zoe was very pale. At first she thought it might be anaemia, but when dark rings developed under Zoe’s eyes, Suzanne decided they needed to see their doctor.
When he was born, Fred had fibrous marks on his thigh, which were diagnosed as benign. But over time the marks changed, and his mother Kate pushed for further testing. It seemed no one, not even the GP, wanted to believe this little baby could have cancer.
“My son, Robert was diagnosed with a primary Central Nervous System Lymphoma in September 2011, but his battle began many months before that. He was having trouble with his eyesight and memory, and struggling with depression and severe headaches. “