Walk All Over Cancer
March 2018

Sophie Walks All Over Cancer

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Sophie Osborn

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13 Nov 1963 - 01 Nov 2017

January 2017 i wake up to a message from my dad saying dont panic but im in hospital for about a week and half we had no idea what was going on and didnt know why my dad was in so much pain and had been since the previous november.january the 22nd we was given the worst news that at that point there possibly could be and that was the news thats our dad had myeloma.we was told he would have up to 10 year+ but little did we know he had 10 months left with our dad. My brothers and i thought so hard along with our angel we call our dad.everything was going well untill about may time when his last block out of 6 failed.he went 6 weeks without any chemo although the pain was awfull and somtimes the slightest touch of his hand he would be in too much pain that he could cry. But he done it and started a new lot of chemo this where we thought oh this has gone well hopefully hes got it this time and soon it would be bye cancer. Somtime around the 23rd of October my dad had his appointment with his consultant when together we was told it had failed for the 2nd time but of course we was told there is more they could do and as a family we was behind our dad and supported him like as his children we should do.on the 30th of October we had a phone call saying our dad had been admitted into hospital he had brought up 3-4 pints of blood that was where it all went down hill.
1st of november we was told that the cancer had spread to his lungs,liver and abdomen along with myeloma and kidney cancer
1st of november 2017 at 1pm our dad took his last breath.1st if november cancer took our dad way.

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