Always wondered the back storyto your cancer mate - you’ve referenced it from time to time.
I’ve never even tried smoking. I’m 48 and my grandparents were 60 a day merchants in the 70s.
Their flat was like Victorian London when you walked in and my mother used to bleach the net curtains every couple weeks for them - the water always looked like cold,strong tea when finished.
Lucky for me I guess - it certainly discouraged me from giving it a go.
Does the notion ever hit you now or has it been banished altogether?
Thanks for your comments.
No the craving or thought has never come back but after 9 years in remission the cancer did and since 2014 Ive been first of all on more chemo/radio then .....
Last year they couldnt give me anymore due to collateral radiation body damage but I was lucky to be put on a two year clinical trial by Cancer Research UK who are funding it ..... called Immunotherapy.
Next week will be week 66 of 104. I have treatment every three weeks
I'm very lucky to be on it.
Things are going well.
The front page of the " I " newspaper a month ago had a front page story with the headline
Cancer Treatment Without The Chemo
and that is exactly what I'm on now.
I'm pleased to see how things have developed in the last decade with pricing, removal of branding etc etc.making it anti-social.
The best thing of all ....... is to never start.