Category Archives: News

No winning or magic cure for Charlie Gard or his parents

So the tsunami of a medical, legal, ethical, moral and parental conflict surrounding the 11 month old baby Charlie Gard and Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) has worsened. Thanks to some new unpublished research data on an “as yet” unproven … Continue reading

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They Stare! (video)

Ignore everything I have said in the past (Don’t Stare , but don’t ignore her either!) Sometimes it’s really good to stare! From the Special Olympics Asia Pacific: I am really honored to know some of Singapore’s Special Olympics Swimmers … Continue reading

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I am not a robot – I just can’t reproduce letters

For the Record, I am not a robot and if I could reproduce the letters to the satisfaction of the machine that checks I would have posted this comment directly onto the wonderful Ms Jenni Taylor’s blogspot. But the technology … Continue reading

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Spread the Word to end R and S and all hateful words (updated)

I first posted this under the title Forget R – what about the S Word (1/03/12) and it was prompted by the action in support of Spread the word to end the Word.  The R word is never acceptable but please don’t limit … Continue reading

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Chelsea’s Make a Wish Video

The official video for Chelsea’s Make a Wish Swim went live yesterday and I hope that you will all be inspired to repost and share the story with a wider audience. What a truly amazing day it was. Thank you … Continue reading

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Forget R what about the S Word

Advocating for Chelsea has required me to absorb a huge amount of new information.  Medical and scientific sites are second nature to me and I can google a symptom or concomitant drug reaction with the best of them however the thing … Continue reading

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International Wheelchair Day 1st March 2012

Whenever we go somewhere for the first time I call ahead to ask about access for Chelsea. I am usually told sure no problem, then when I get there they tell me could you just drive around the building turn … Continue reading

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