Welcome to the oneinnine women blog

This is the oneininewomen blog spot where news, views, and general updates around the world of breast cancer research and policy first and foremost in the UK, but with attention being paid to breakthroughs internationally are commented on and posted. It also will serve as something of a journal for my personal walk through the corridors of cancer treatment from the shock of first diagnosis through the unfolding spiralling world of first surgical intervention, chemotherapeutic intervention and the unravelling carpet bag of further interventions which are put into play after the words – its a tumour and its quite lively are uttered.

I welcome your comments, and any posts which will facilitate the wider uptake of early detection, and the pursuit of new interventions to save the thousands of women who currently are suffering from cancer and recovering through the tough treatment of chemotherapy and surgical intervention. I look forward to your company and thank you for your accompanying.


About oneinninewomen

The founder and the managers of this site are all survivors of breast cancer, or have lost someone close to them through the disease. One in nine women is a growing network of women seeking to raise awareness on early detection thus enhancing survival rates on cancers in general, transform the regimes of treatment to something somewhat less barbaric and industrial and enhance full recovery and uptake of the gift of life which remains the other side of cancer attack! - we all play a part in enhanced understanding, empathetic support of those suffering and pro-activity for a world eventually cancer free.
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