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Ring the Bell!

It seems I have been going through a lot of 'endings' recently, but entering into new beginnings at the same time.

A few weeks ago, I left a job I had been in for 14 years.

Yesterday saw another ending occur. I had my final top-up treatment session at hospital.

When you first hear the word 'cancer' and you feel as though the whole world is caving in around you, it is very hard to look years ahead into the future to the day when  you are cancer free and your treatment ends - and you get to walk away, pick up the pieces and to continue living this beautiful thing called life.

After walking a long road, I can now say that this particular chapter of my life has ended. A recent PET scan showed that the treatment has been successful and I am cancer-free with no trace of lymphoma in my body. Thank the Lord. Yesterday I got to say goodbye to the very dedicated and caring team of chemo nurses at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in King's Lynn who have been there every step of t…