The Chemotherapy Chronicles

I’m starting this blog in the Rhosyn Day Unit at Velindre Cancer Centre in Cardiff on the 70th birthday of the NHS. And I’m celebrating with my 15th chemo cycle, the 7th of this round of treatment, with just one more to go – well hopefully anyway. Chemotherapy is probably the best known and most common … Continue reading The Chemotherapy Chronicles

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Walk Together, Tabloid Fame and a Fundraising Bike Ride

Thanks for all the feedback on my anniversary blog. It was quite a tough one to write as it had been an eventful year and quite an emotional one too! This time, I’d like to highlight some more fundraising initiatives and share a fantastic interview which my daughter Alice did with the Sun Online to … Continue reading Walk Together, Tabloid Fame and a Fundraising Bike Ride

Bowel Cancer Walk for Patrick

Bowel Cancer is absolutely the worst thing that’s ever happened to me - by several light years! But despite a pretty depressing prognosis (perhaps 3 years life expectancy), I do feel strangely at peace with my situation. Since my operation and diagnosis I’ve met some extraordinarily inspiring people and experienced a coming together of family and … Continue reading Bowel Cancer Walk for Patrick

Guest Blogger – Sarah Wymer on Life With a Partner with Stage 4 Bowel Cancer

To coincide with Bowel Cancer Awareness Month, my wife Sarah recently wrote a blog for her work intranet site which is read by around 4,000 people. She discussed her experiences of living with someone (me) with stage 4 bowel cancer and the challenges of balancing it with her work. The blog was extremely well received. … Continue reading Guest Blogger – Sarah Wymer on Life With a Partner with Stage 4 Bowel Cancer