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Like Piccadilly Circus Here, Mate!

I’m out and done and the middle lobe of my right lung is gone. I bandied about that the operation was the full thoracotomy, based on the amount of time taken and the size and shape of the upper scar … Continue reading

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Surgery To Come – The Serious Shit

Yesterday we had the consultation with Dr B, (a completely different Dr B to the previous Dr B) the surgeon, to talk about how we go from here. This was an early morning trip down to Vannes and the Clinique … Continue reading

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Every Breath You Take

23rd May A brilliant summery morning, the sun streaming through the windscreen and highlighting all the dirt, dust and bugs as I drive to Pontivy for my lung function testing. Must think long and hard about cleaning the car before … Continue reading

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Breathe In, Tell Me Where It Hurts

Monday, 22nd May, 2017 When I posted my piece on the bronchoscopy on Wednesday, Phylly read it and immediately asked why I had dived into that event, instead of detailing how we had got to this point in the first … Continue reading

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