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.
The last year and a half has been a profound and unmooring experience, and one I turn over in my mind with gratitude, disbelief, and amazement.
Shana shared her story about appendix cancer on KVUE and had a blog post published to support it.
Our patron, Sean Hepburn Ferrer, tells how his mother had surgery but it was too late to save her.