#FUCancer

On the 8th April 2014 I woke up to live the day like any other. I was 27, working in a job I loved and surrounded by friends and family. By the time the sun came to set my life took an unexpected turn: I was diagnosed with cervical cancer. Life as I knew it was gone forever.

This blog is a brutally honest insight to what life is like living with and beyond cancer. I share my experiences of the treatment itself in addition to the aftermath of remission. Remission has been unimaginably hard. Cancer has left me feeling alienated, angry and misunderstood. To combat this I have to decided to start Project 30 – a list of challenges to achieve before my 30th birthday in July 2016. This is how I want to say #FUCancer!

My aim is to maintain this blog so all #FUCancer fighters know they are not alone! I want to help raise awareness of cancer itself and the impact it can have upon people and their families especially beyond the treatment.

#FUCancer

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4 thoughts on “#FUCancer

  1. Hello! I understand this is kind of off-topic but I needed to
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