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A personal update from S.W. Lothian

My regular readers and visitors will be aware that I’m currently taking a break while I support my 9 year-old daughter who has been diagnosed with cancer. She is currently undergoing chemotherapy, which we hope will beat the cancer. As a parent it is a scary time, but my daughter’s courage is lifting our whole family. We are determined to get through this.

11th January 2014Click here for an update

Redkite supports children and young people with cancer (aged up to 24 years) and their families with financial, education and emotional support. Our personal thanks go to RedKite for being there for us during this difficult time. They are a marvellous organisation.


Click the RedKite above to find out more about what they do for families like us,  and what you can do to help them.


5 Comments Add yours

  1. Jemima Pett says:

    Excellent news! Well done – and fingers crossed for the final big award 🙂


  2. tric says:

    OMG I wish you and your little lady well. I’m delighted you got such great news. We had a difficult year last year and lost a really fantastic young boy to leukemia. (my friends boy),
    However what I wanted to say was my husbands niece had non Hodgkin lymphoma aged 15. She had a huge tumor on her sternum. Undiagnosed until it was so large. She was admitted for tests and after the broncoscopy and what they found was in ICU for two weeks.
    She is now a stunning 26 year old pharmacist with no ill health of any sort. You are already on the right track. My sincere best wishes to you all.


    1. swlothian says:

      Thanks, Tric, we we’re so pleased to get the good news following the treatment, and we’re looking forward to a bazillion happy and healthy years. Something like this is a reality check that health and family are the most important things in life.


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