Several months ago, I received an email from a new health website called; allicantellyou.comThe people behind this website were aware of my rare cancer story and my determination to raise awareness of Malignant Myopericytoma. They were also aware that this is an extremely rare type of cancer and how rare it actually is. The sender … Continue reading ALL I CAN TELL YOU
The Summer 19 edition of Connect, the quarterly magazine from rare cancer charity Sarcoma UK is now on their website. https://sarcoma.org.uk/sites/default/files/resources/connect_-_july_2019_-_web_version.pdf Meet the Fundraisers is a feature on pages 3 and 4 about 5 different stories and how volunteer fundraisers have given up their free time to raise awareness and much needed funds for the … Continue reading AND THE BEAT GOES ON
Photo: Me and Janice Malone from MacMillan Cancer Care on Friday 1 February 2019 at Louie Brown's Dalgety Bay Fife. WORLD CANCER DAY - MONDAY 4 FEBRUARY 2019 Monday 4 February is World Cancer Day, a global effort to raise awareness of all types of cancer and to encourage prevention, detection, and treatment. Taking place under the tagline ‘We can. … Continue reading WORLD CANCER DAY – MONDAY 4 FEBRUARY 2019
I appear in the August edition of @happifulhq (Happiful Magazine). Check my blog to find out more.
“HI KEVIN, HOW ARE YOU TODAY?’ We are all mostly decent people. When I take wee Nathan every morning to his nursery, Treetops Family Nurture Centre in Inverkeithing, we both tend to say “good morning” to people passing us. A high percentage will say good morning etc while others put the head down and totally … Continue reading OOT AND ABOOT
I was at the Fife Victoria Hospital in Kirkcaldy for an appointment earlier today. This was with the Urology Department for the Nurse Led Clinic Non Video Urodynamics KY. Now I have no intention of going into any of the gory details of what went on, let’s just say I was left feeling ‘a bit … Continue reading A LATTE, A BACON ROLL AND A BRAW FRUIT SCONE
DOCTOR, DOCTOR A while ago I was talking to my good mate Stuart about ‘doctor’s appointment’s’ and what goes on in peoples minds while waiting to being seen. You know what it’s usually like when sitting in the waiting room at the local GP practice or waiting room in a hospital, it’s usually quite full … Continue reading DOCTOR, DOCTOR