It’s 14 years since I received high doses of doxyrubicin and ifosfamide, along with two hormone interventions, for cancer. Unfortunately whilst the chemo wreaked havoc with my body – it didn’t touch the tumours and was stopped after 4 rounds. Aside from a total fog Continue reading “CHEMO BRAIN Part I: Is there any hope?”
Last week, I looked at online communities and the special meetings and connections they can bring. This week I’m pleased to introduce my first guest blog written by Fiona Buxton who I met on-line. She is currently dealing with the same rare cancer I had – high grade Endometrial Stromal Sarcoma – and takes a look at her journey from the shock of the initial diagnosis to how she has learned to deal with her situation.
…..‘In the womb, the lungs and in the bones. And because of that it is incurable. And will be significantly life shortening.’
Rush downstairs as its a bit late to start the day – Take aloe vera and probiotics for gut health
Drink cup of green tea for polyphenol content