Happy Sunday Brexit Britain. I have to begin with a humungous thanks to all that have donated, fundraised, ran and challenged themselves over the past two months for Cancer Research UK, and our humble JustGiving page. Including offline donations, we're up to a completely batty £16,000, which isn't half bad a start. I owe you all my heartfelt gratitude, and a beer. As I see in my sixth and final round of this particular combination of chemotherapy (don't worry - there's plenty more de-icer to be pumped into me over the coming months...), I'm going to talk a wee bit about cancer treatment; its effects, its composition, and its novelties. But first, before I dazzle and amaze you with my dreadfu
Gareth W. Dunn
Hi, my name's Gareth, and I'm blogging about living with incurable cancer to raise money for Cancer Research UK before I pop my clogs. Take a look at my first post for some background, if you like. I'm totally hilarious, so it's worth a read, promise.
This blog is dedicated to my dearly departed friends, and two wonderful people taken before their time, James Averill and Sara Djoudi. Please give what you can!