Through April, May and up until now, mid-June 2019, I have seemingly been marking time to move forward discovering I need to have a second round of chemotherapy
Social inclusion goes a long way to fostering mental well-being; we need an identity, a sense of belonging, and to experience a sense of solidarity in community
My first chemo treatment meant staying overnight in hospital for staff to monitor my progress rehydrate my body and share helpful info to help with side effects
Look Good Feel Better (LGFB) is a not for profit organisation, helping cancer and chemotherapy patients face their future and reality of cancer, with confidence
Coming to terms with being a high-risk patient has been hard; my surgeon and oncologist are giving me a good chance of succeeding on my quest to enjoy a future.
Next week we are all about dreaming, dreaming of happiness, health and hope. From Sunday 8th until Saturday 14th of September 2013, the cosmetic industry in Australia supports Dream Week. So if you are in the market for a new lipstick or gloss, purchase one during Dream Week, from Myer…