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Life after Cancer

Life after Cancer

I imagined post cancer life would be similar to a Broadway musical. Basically full-time tap dancing and confetti bombs exploding in every room I entered. A celebration that would last for months where I’d wear an obnoxious Jim Carey style grin 24/7.   However, when the treatment ended and my o...
ONE WARRIOR with Bryanna Pratt

ONE WARRIOR with Bryanna Pratt

This is the story of Bryanna. She was dealt the shitty card of Glioblastoma – Grade 4, Brain Cancer at the age of 28. A huge WTF. Bryanna has wisdom far past her age. Make sure you read her tips for both warriors and those supporting a warrior. Please enjoy her story and send lots of love her w...
Let's talk about sex, baby... after cancer.

Let's talk about sex, baby... after cancer.

Ahhhhh cancer. The gift that just keeps on giving. As if rogue tumours, chemo, fatigue, nausea and hair loss wasn’t enough - it also finds a way to into the bedroom to ruin sexy time. I remember things changing a whole lot during treatment, especially after my stem cell transplant. Suddenly my ...
Pregnancy after 3 x cancer and a stem cell transplant

Pregnancy after 3 x cancer and a stem cell transplant

So here’s some bloody surprising news – I’m up the duff! Yup, after three rides on the cancer train, some chemo, a stem cell transplant, radiotherapy and too many operations, my body has done what the doctors said it wouldn’t and I’m growing a kid! Children after cancer has always been a massiv...
STAYING SANE THROUGH CANCER

STAYING SANE THROUGH CANCER

This week has been hectic and I’ve had a few meltdown moments. Next week I'm going in for a 6+ hour operation to evict the cancer that has nestled its way into my neck next to a main artery and around a nerve. FFS. Below is a list of a few of my go-to things to help me stay calm and make me fee...
ONE WARRIOR with Sarah Poyser

ONE WARRIOR with Sarah Poyser

Sarah floated into my inbox earlier this year when she was newly diagnosed with breast cancer. I remember reading her email and feeling her positivity glowing through the computer. She mentioned far more things that she was grateful for than things that clearly sucked. You can tell by her story...

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