I’m currently waiting for an MRI planning scan in preparation for my cyber knife treatment. Cyber knife is radiation delivered in a high dose but targeted very accurately to tumours. It’s still relatively new in the cancer world, but also very successful in eradicating cancer. I wasn’t sure if I’d be accepted as I’m sure […]More
My name is Caroline. In 2013 at 33 years old, I was told I had aggressive grade 3 breast cancer. The cancer had already began to spread and was in my lymph nodes. I had surgery, plastic surgery, chemotherapy radiotherapy and a year of herceptin and 5 years of oral medication. During treatment I carried on with life, as a mum and decided to help as many other young ladies I could so they didn't feel lonely. My last scan showed no evidence of cancer so I see myself as cancer free for now. I decided to write a very honest blog about my journey then and now with breast cancer. I felt that my privacy and embarrassing myself was not an issue if people could see the real deal of cancer. Thank you for reading.
Of course, I was itching again to travel somewhere since Bali, and with the kids on half term, it just made sense for us to go somewhere in Europe together. But where? Funnily enough I looked for my next holiday by searching for Easy jet destinations on their website. Everyone I mention Easy jet to […]More