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At Easter Time

Special occasions like Easter can bring mixed emotions if you have cancer. It’s important to make memories to remember the good times. Your emotions may be challenged thinking about what you have been through and what may happen in the future. There is no right or wrong way to feel as everyone reacts and copes in …

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Germs and hand sanitiser

Easter can mean visits with friends and family, eating out and being around the general public  more than usual. For others you may take time out with a holiday break. Cancer and cancer treatments, such as chemotherapy, radiation therapy, and stem cell/bone marrow transplantation, often weaken the immune system making it harder for your body to …

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Two Birthdays

“Memories you’ve shed, gone for good you feared, they’re all around you still, though they’ve disappeared.” Don and I took Lyla our granddaughter to Mary Poppins returns.  I burst into a flood of tears came when Mary Poppins sang The place where the lost things go. It’s been two birthdays since we lost Shelli. This has …

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The power of a hug

Cancer is not contagious, you won’t ‘catch it. Cancer patients feel isolated enough without feeling like you will not touch them. Don’t underestimate the power of a comforting hug and holding their hands. It can be very comforting. Unless they have tubes etc that you need to take care around a little hug can really lift one’s …

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