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Each new blog entry appears near the top of the page (this post is sticky), so to read older postings, you’ll need to scroll to the bottom of the page and work your way upwards. On most of the postings you can add comments, and it would be great to hear from you. Where to start? Start at …

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Time for a long overdue update

Well firstly i’m going to start with an apology as my website has been down for some time whilst i focused on moving on with my life. I have to be completely honest and admit that i completely lost the motivation to share updates about my health and progress. However, a recent invite to a …

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Life with acromegaly

Quite simply it has its ups and its downs but doesn’t life in general? It’s been quite a while since i last posted an update to my blog and its been playing on my mind so apologies for the silence. Living with acromegaly or saying that with any chronic health condition clearly has its implications …

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#3marathons3months

Tomorrow is #WorldCancerDay + in 7 weeks i kick off #3marathons3months for @cr_uk in memory of my gorgeous late cousin Jenny Smith was Barbour. God bless Jenny and all those and their families who fight battles with Cancer. I have been exceptionally lucky and i do these runs in both memory of Jenny and appreciation for …

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#3marathons3months

It’s been so long since i last posted and i actually don’t know where to start… Well 2014 ended reasonably well. I finished my years running (only missed a race or two through injury), successfully boxed off my first year at Uni with an equivalent first and also managed to keep my health nicely under …

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2015 running plans including Rome

Well it’s been an ace year of running and University so looking forward to next year my races are already filling up. Call me crazy, i just think its important to plan ahead and set objectives that include staying in control of my health condition! I’m signed up for the following 2015 races: Greater Manchester …

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The Christie Blog

This last week a piece I wrote about my patient experience at The Christie made it onto their website Really appreciate the opportunity to make my feelings known and all on the same day that George (grassy head) grew some hair! Acevous. Click the link to have a read