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Tickledpinknot
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Birthday:
Jul 5, 1964 (Age: 54)
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Tickledpinknot

Member, Female, 54, from West Midlands

Tickledpinknot was last seen:
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  • About

    Gender:
    Female
    Birthday:
    Jul 5, 1964 (Age: 54)
    Location:
    West Midlands
    Occupation:
    Survivor
    Type of diabetes:
    Other
    Treatment type:
    Insulin
    Medication:
    Chemotherapy
    Insulin
    Steroids
    Lenograstim
    Anti sickness
    Painkillers
    Exercise:
    Exercise bike
    Pilates
    Walking
    Likes:
    Spending time with famil.
    My kids are amazing!
    Dislikes:
    Too many medical appointments
    The winter months, it’s cold when you’re bald!
    Only 2% of cancer patients get steroid induced diabetes.
    Only 5% of cancer patients develop lepto-meningeal tumours.
    I have both so I must be one in a million.
    A walking miracle and precious child of God x

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    Steroid induced, diagnosed February 2018
    Primary cancer 11 years ago
    Palliative chemotherapy for life and looking forward to getting old.
    Tresiba and Humalog
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