- Author: Katie R
- Published: 18th Sep '10
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Here we are introduced to 25 year old Katie who was diagnosed with chronic myeloid leukaemia three and a half years ago. Before diagnosis Katie was just your typical student – working hard, partying hard until March 2006 when Katie started experiencing shooting pains, weight loss, feeling faint, exhaustion, hair loss. A trip to the GP and Katie was told she had a simple trapped nerve. However in January 2007 Katie returned to the GP, blood tests and a phone call later Katie was told that she had to go into hospital…
Time for the second instalment of Katie’s blogs. Katie talks of how her parents reacted to the news of her diagnosis and how she told her Mother over the phone whilst she was in the middle of a supermarket. Katie […]
Diagnosed with Acute Promyelocytic Leukaemia in March 2009, Jen who is now in remission takes us through the days running up to her diagnosis. The only thing Jen was ever ill with before her diagnosis was a cold, so when […]
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Regular to jimmyteens.tv Katie but first time speaker at Find Your Sense of Tumour talks about her cancer diagnosis of Chronic Myeloid Leukaemia.