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Personal News | 01 Dec 2018
Sophie Sabbage | 1 December

Above: Selling books with Anna Sexton (R) at Female Business Owners, Warrington Nov 2018.

Greetings on this wet winter’s day in the South East of England where most of the trees are naked and Christmas lights are starting to flicker …

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Mixed News: Health Update | 17 Aug 2018
Sophie Sabbage | 17 August

After a year of remarkable wellness I got my latest scan results this week. I am very relieved to report that my brain, which has been riddled with tumours three times in as many years, remains virtually clear (but for …

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My life went BOOM! | 24 May 2018
Sophie Sabbage | 24 May

This time a year ago I was losing my balance as tumours permeated my brain. Today I feel well, energised, focused, dare I say ‘normal’. And I just got my latest scan results. All is well. No change since last …

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Psychology Today | What Are My Brain Tumors Trying to Tell Me?
Sophie Sabbage | 15 June
Rooting out the dis-ease that lies beneath disease

am having trouble with my brain. It is six months since multiple brain metastases were discovered for the third time since I was diagnosed with incurable lung cancer in October 2014. …

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Psychology Today | Grief Is Another Word for Love
Sophie Sabbage | 6 February
How a terminal diagnosis taught me grief’s true purpose

efore I was diagnosed with incurable cancer at the age of forty-eight, I had passed grief by like a stranger on the street. I had reserved it for death and heartbreak, …

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A Christmas Miracle | 22 Dec 2017
Sophie Sabbage | 22 December

I received the best possible Christmas present this week. Exactly a year ago, multiple brain tumours were discovered for the third time in as many years, including activity in the meninges (brain lining and fluid pathways) which usually means “game …

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