Slightly different post this time and it’s something I completely forgot to mention in my previous posts. Maybe not appropriate
Taken a while to actually finish this article, I had started writing this in 2017 and scrapped it more than
November 2019 November is a month that I have had some great experiences in and some terrible experiences . The
Lets start this one carefully and please keep in mind as you commence reading that I tend to have a
Small recap on my last blog, I rarely write two blogs this close together but the situation from Friday created
Straight to the point – Meet the Oncology Team on Friday and I’m now officially 2 years clear of Lymphoma.
Not even sure where to start here.. so I decided to update what this blog is based on – Lymphoma
Okay not such a nice topic but one that is important. This page will send shivers up your spine so
We have been in two minds about writing this blog. When I commenced this blog over two years ago I
Be here Now The Andy Whitfield Story Back during my Stem Cell Transplant in St James Dublin I wrote an
2nd of April 2019 Following blood test last week I met with my Oncologist today. This was my first meeting
Twelve months ago today I was formally placed in Full Remission after two cancer clear scans and multiple blood test.
February 14th St Valentine’s Day is seen to be a romantic day, a day for sharing love & devotion. It’s
Some fantastic news for the New Year, I am announcing my appointment to JMC Van Trans T/A Network Couriers as
285 days in full remission. 522 days since my Stem Cell Transplant Had my full blood test on the 12th
The Celebration of Life Ball is run and Hosted by the Cork Cancer Care Centre & Blankets of Hope Cork.
10th November 2018 The photo was taken at The Celebration Of Life Ball on November 10th 2018 and my next
My first Blog ever. And it’s Ian that has inspired this. When Ian first created this blog site he placed