It is hard to believe that tomorrow I have my PET scan. It has really snuck up on me this time. It was just over 3 months ago I was sent to have a PET scan because it looked like Debrafenib and Trametinib did not work, and it most definitely did not work. I was once again faced with the reality of terminal cancer and concerned that I was running out of options. It was not a good time physically and emotionally.
Here I am 3 months on in a totally different frame of mind. Read More
The title of this blog may lead you to think that I am writing an entire 1000 word essay on my ability to sing along to every word of the Four Seasons song, ‘Oh, what a night’… you are wrong!
Instead, I am finally filling you all in on the amazing success of ‘Through the Looking Glass’, which happened over a month ago now.
Since the event, I have been gallivanting around Hawaii, but also contacting all those involved in the event thanking them (still working on this one… sooo many people!) and finalising the fundraising total. Read More
'Through the Looking Glass' is an event inspired by the little luxuries in life that we often take for granted or restrict to special occasions - think champagne, flowers, pavlova, chocolate and cheesy music.
'Through the Looking Glass' is hosted by Emma Betts, from Dear Melanoma, a Stage 4 melanoma patient. After being told that she may only have 3 months to live in January, Emma was lucky enough to gain access to a clinical trial that has bought her much needed time with her husband, family and friends.
'Through the Looking Glass' will be a night that you won't want to miss.
'Through the Looking Glass' is an event inspired by the little luxuries in life that we often take for granted or restrict to special occasions - think champagne, flowers, pavlova, chocolate, and cheesy music. Read More