"What's it like, having a brain tumour?" Asked everyone, secretly. I’m willing to bet that's a question you'd like to ask but there’s no short and easy answer. Just look at the length of this post. When my brain tumour first showed up on a scan it was almost like it wasn’t a surprise. Human … Continue reading I can’t make you better.
It's fairly standard procedure after a biopsy to control the swelling in your brain with steroids. In my case I was sent home with a truckload of dexamethasone and a blue medical card to carry with me at all times. The level of concern from the medical teams at discharge is carefully metered out in … Continue reading It’s 4am. It’s dark, quiet and I’m consuming biscuits at an undignified pace.