Tag Archive: fear of cancer recurrence

Weekly Round Up

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Time for this week’s round-up of the best of the blog posts which I’ve read over the past week. These are the posts that have moved me, taught me something, inspired me, and which… Continue reading

Has my cancer really gone? Dealing with the fear of recurrence

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The shock of that day you hear the words, “you have cancer” never leaves you and your sense of certainty in life and in your body can be hard to recapture after a… Continue reading

Tami’s story – dealing with a recurrence of cancer

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I am so pleased to share with you today a guest post by Tami Boehmer, particularly as it deals with a fear many of us survivors share – the fear of a cancer… Continue reading

Friday Round-Up

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Welcome to the first round-up of a New Year. So what has the blogosphere been writing about this past week? Philippa from Feisty Blue Gecko has been writing about that fear of recurrence… Continue reading

The loneliness of the long-distance cancer survivor

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Another day, another study confirming that cancer survivors are more likely than their healthy peers to suffer serious psychological distress such as anxiety and depression, even a decade after treatment ends.  The study… Continue reading

Dealing with the fear of cancer recurrence

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Today I had my annual check up at St Lukes’ Hospital. I always feel apprehensive when I enter the doors of the hospital, sit in the waiting area and finally sit on that hospital bed, waiting… Continue reading