Friday, October 15, 2010

Where to start

In the past 3 months my life has changed in a way I never could have thought.
I accepted a transfer with the Company i work for and within 2 weeks of accepting I was diagnosed with firstly a tuma in the bowel and then after further tests the doctors found my liver was riddled with cancer. So in between moving to Darwin and starting a new job although with the same company I had to organise to start treatment straight away. I arrived in Darwin on a Sunday, started on the Monday and had my first chemo on the Wednesday. Nothing like settling in. I have no had 2 rounds of chemo and to date no success from my blood tests as yet. I am a positive person and wil continue to keep that way.
I hope anyone with similar challanges finds this blog interesting and would like to share their experiences.


  1. Unfortunately the thing about cancer is it not only affects the person involved but also the people who love that person.

  2. Way to go David! Cancer is an illness, not a death sentence... and there are ample of examples of people who have made a full recovery. I expect to count you as one too!

    I love the title of your blog...

    You're a winner. keep that attitude.