Update: Radiation

Saturday 12, Nov 2016-11-12 Bren’s treatment update: That’s ten days of radiation for Brendan done and dusted! Even though the treatment centre was an hour up the road, it was an easy drive. Bren’s Mum and Dad volunteered to go with him on two occasions in the second week, as I was a little sleep… Continue reading Update: Radiation

Oct 21: 2016 -Brendan’s latest update

October 21: 2016 861: the number of days (approx) that we have been riding this cancer rollercoaster! Phase two begins. Joining the MoST Program. What is the MoST Program? The Cancer Molecular Screening and Therapeutics (MoST) Program is a clinical research program that Brendan has been invited to take part in. It is testing a new… Continue reading Oct 21: 2016 -Brendan’s latest update

22 Day Push Up Challenge

Every now and then I’m quick enough to catch my husband doing his thing on video. Today it was day 1 of the 22 day push up challenge that he is participating in on facebook. Below you can read his fb comment on the reason why he is participating. Brendan Maloney:  “This challenge holds a deep… Continue reading 22 Day Push Up Challenge

Guest

Daily Prompt:Guest It was June, 2014. Winter! Cool, but not cold. Or not as cold as you might expect anyway, when our guest arrived. There was no knock on the door, and no excitement at his arrival. Shock! There was shock. There was anger, some confusion and frustration too.  He didn’t care. He was everywhere.… Continue reading Guest

Tumour Clinic: Update

Good news! As the boys got comfy on one of the cream couches at the clinic yesterday, Tyz and I decided to go down to the reflection room to fill in some time before Brendan’s appointment began. We had no sooner walked in and made ourselves at home on the meditation cushion when Bren called… Continue reading Tumour Clinic: Update

July: Sarcoma Awareness Month

Brendan was diagnosed with an undifferentiated pleomorphic sarcoma in 2014, it is now metastatic. He lost his leg to the disease in march of 2015. This picture was taken maybe 12 weeks after his amputation. Two in five patients with sarcoma will go on to die from their disease. The effect of sarcoma on the… Continue reading July: Sarcoma Awareness Month

Update -MRI Results

The Story of Us: Dr P rang last night; the results of Brendan’s MRI are inconclusive. We aren’t considering this bad news, bad would have been definitive evidence of recurrence in his residual. So it’s back to the city in 4 to 5 weeks to sit down with the entire team again,  to have a… Continue reading Update -MRI Results