Tag Archives: Stem cells

I Did It My Way

ShareTweet It’s a strange thing this expectation that to be a patient is to be expected to voluntarily hand over control of yourself, your life, to another. An often complete stranger. I loathe the word patient. So disempowering. Because as I see it, we are the most vital piece in the whole equation. Medical staff can […]

From little things big things grow

ShareTweet Stem cells. Little promises of something more. With three potentially life threatening conditions in the family, I’ve always sat on the fence when it comes to stem cell research. But now they are touching my life directly and I’m filled with great excitement. Next week I get on a plane to see the only doctor […]

The still small voice within

ShareTweet I had one of those decisions to make yesterday. You know the ones, those difficult ones that come with the experience of cancer. And there are many of them, aren’t there. It’s all one big trade off after another. I found myself once again between a rock and a hard place. Because I am […]