I woke up this morning fully energized to continue my dreary tale from where I stopped. I swear. It’s been one hour infront of my laptop but my brain isn’t happy that I didn’t give it ample notice. So I’ve stopped stressing it out. I know when to give up. Good news is, last chemotherapy […]
I’d first met Dr. Fred Okuku, an oncologist, in 2015 at the Uganda Cancer Institute when my family was looking for expert opinions following the discovery of a brain tumour (Glioblastoma) that the doctors had discovered after my father’s stroke. It was he who told me to advise the family to take him home and […]
You know those people who get on the dance floor and embarrass you, your unborn children and their friends, your ancestors, and mankind? I’m one of those people. I love dancing, a good beat can’t pass me by without my attempting to shake something. So last year, ofcourse I signed up at a dance competition […]
This was me, going to pick my results from the hospital. This was me, after I’d gotten them. ……….. ‘Invasive Lobular Carcinoma’, ‘….‘malignant epitelial cells …… tumour extending up to resection margins’, These are some of the words I saw in the pathology report. Now, I have more than my share of not so bright moments […]
After confirming the size, location, et al of the lump that had been nestling in my right breast for a while, I was booked for what the surgeon called ‘a simple procedure’ to extract it. I treated it so lightly that I only told my mother the evening before the operation. Understandably she was upset […]
I must admit that I have an ostrich mentality when it comes to solving my problems. I like to close my eyes and wish them away. Unfortunately it seldom works. I’d noticed a lump on the lower part of right breast for about 6 months before I decided to see a doctor about it. It […]
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