Four years ago, I had to give up my ticket to watch the London Olympics to go to a hospital appointment and be told I had PMP and had only ‘a few months’ if Basingstoke could not offer me CRS and HIPEC. Now I’m in Rio!
Steve was diagnosed with pseudomyxoma peritonei after complaining of stomach pains. Now his wife, Zoe, is organising a charity auction at The Royal Hotel, Mundesley in Norfolk.
If you were unable to join us for the first PMP Community webinar with our friends at RareConnect, the video is now available to watch. You can also download the presentation slides.
“Let’s pick one. Pick a month, any month.” I said.
“Can we do that?” Dawn asked. “Can we just pick one?”
As part of my commitment to raising awareness of PMP, I am also a Macmillan Cancer Voice. Cancer Voices are people from across the UK who share their experiences to help shape cancer services and improve cancer care. I’ve been to a few meetings in the past and more recently I have been reviewing books for them.
On 20th April, Susie went to Westminster and attended a parliamentary reception organised by Cancer52, a coalition of more than 80 charities representing rare and less common cancers.
Andrew starts his mammoth walk today – starting today at St Bees on the west coast and finishing on Saturday next week at Robin Hood Bay on the east coast.
This was the hardest thing I ever made, but it was more than worth it. I don’t want other families to have to deal with this.