Category: Surviving A Cancer Diagnosis
Surviving a Cancer diagnosis is hard, when you’re the parent it’s even harder. We hope these posts help other parents navigate the challenge ahead. Or useful if you’re supporting a family with a cancer diagnosis.
To mark Thanksgiving we felt it right to mark the occasion by sharing how thankful we are, to everyone who has been there for us during the last 394 days.
365 days ago our beautiful little boy was diagnosed with cancer. Today I am reflecting on a year of cancer, the highs the lows and everything in between.
I want people to understand the story behind this image. This is what a day in the life of cancer looks like.
On the 29th October I joined the cancer mum club. I didn’t want to become a member, I’d happily give the membership card back in a heartbeat.
At the CLIC Sargent roadshow on Friday I was overwhelmed by the sheer energy, passion and drive the entire room has for supporting young people with cancer and their families.
I’ve been wanting to write something for a while now about my other son. The one who doesn’t have Leukaemia. His name is Harrison and he’s 2 and a half years old. As the brother of a child with cancer, he is suffering too.
World Cancer Day 2019 is on Monday 4th February. There are so many ways you can get involved whether you have 1mins or a few hours spare to volunteer.
Surviving a child cancer diagnosis isn’t easy. This post lists the things I wish i’d known from day one, we hope this may help other parents in the future.
There are so many things I hate about cancer. When you get a cancer diagnosis there is no time off for good behaviour. Even on a week where we have limited time in hospital...
If you’re wondering how to help a family with a child with cancer please read this blog. Over the last month we’ve had so much support from friends, family, work colleagues and complete strangers....