It is that time of year again – year 4 lung cancer CT Scan. It has been the most happy week with the results being: “Stable – no calcification – no pleural fluid” Absolutely the best news we could have received! The next scan, Year 5, in one year. Thankful There is so much to […]
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Guest article written by Peter D. Gardner Just two generations back my great aunts felt ashamed of the convict foundations of our nation. Leap a generation and genealogists far and wide searched the records for their sometimes elusory convict ancestry. My own family trees produced no such figure – at least not in Australia. But […]
We don’t always know the outcome of breast cancer radiation. But it is hard to comprehend how there can be such a drastic difference in diagnosis of simple skin lesions from benign to the possibility of angiosarcoma. The latest surgical biopsy report on lesions which started appearing on my chest almost two years ago highly […]
Benjamin Franklin was once quoted as saying, “In this world, nothing can be said to be certain except death and taxes.” Leaving behind any reflections on the fairness of BC tax rates, it is worth considering how true Franklin’s comments about death are. Everyone dies. Some will die soon and others will die later. And […]
It has been almost six months since my last lung medical report and it has been a most busy and productive time. After a fabulous two months away visiting family and friends I returned home to a happy Christmas spent with my great family and two super special grandsons. Two days into the New Year […]