My name is Miranda Ashitey.
I’m 38 and I’m from Croydon. I was diagnosed with secondary breast cancer on the 14th of February 2019.
Every patient with metastatic cancer knows that at some point their oncologist will tell them that their treatment must be changed. This point is normally reached when cancer has progressed on
I met Jo 3 years ago at the Conservative Party conference as we were both involved with the Breast Cancer Care (BCC) conference stand. When we met we realised we
Jennifer Young specialist skincare products are designed to combat some of the side-effects of treatment for cancer: dry, sore, itchy, flaky and sensitive skin. She is gifting 10,000 skincare products
Sarah Hughes has written an excellent piece in The Guardian about what it’s like to live with Stage IV cancer during COVID times (including missing out as life ticks away,
METUPUK member Bex Lewis has loved attending ‘Tech for Good‘ sessions in Manchester for many years (the events started in 2016), and has enjoyed hearing speakers from NHS Digital amongst
It’s October, it’s still Breast Cancer Awareness Month, although Secondary Breast Cancer Awareness Day has been and gone… but we’re still very much living with that reality every day. The
Over the past couple of weeks, cancer specialist skincare brand Jennifer Young has featured METUPUK and its founder in a couple of blogs. Introduction to MetUpUk ‘Changing the landscape of
We went quiet, because the majority of us working on the #IAmThe31 campaign are undergoing continued treatment for Secondary Breast Cancer, are awaiting scan results, trying to work, and exhausted
This blog will probably upset some people. I talk about real life. In fact I talk about my life. My life with incurable, but always fatal, secondary breast cancer aged