Just to let you know that I am still alive and well (apart from being down in the dumps about having no job and no money).
It was a great day when my GP said in 2015 that I was no longer entitled to have 100% of my medical expenses paid by the Social Security (I live in France)!
I'm relieved to say that all my forebodings about the after-effects of chemo-radiation were just so much wasted time and worry.
Since 2015, I've taken part three times in Luxembourg's "Relais pour la Vie" - once running and twice in the Survivors' and Caregivers' Lap and I note that all the big employers in Luxembourg are proud to have a team and make a big thing of their support. Do they realise that cancer survivors are more likely to end up long-term unemployed? My boss fired me when I returned to work and I've only worked for about 14 months in total since then. They could make a more concrete show of solidarity by giving me a job!
Love to all of you