I appeared in British Vogue in October 2020 for Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The article features four women who have all had breast cancer and had been photographed by Sophie Mayanne for her Behind the Scars project.
In January 2020 I was featured in an article about hair loss in the The Guardian G2 section. I talk about how going bald felt empowering for me. “I needed something positive to come out of this horrible experience; for me, it was not wearing a wig and just being who I was at that particular point in my life.” Read it here.
In October 2019, The Telegraph interviewed me for a feature in their Lifestyle section. I talk about how I made the choice not to have reconstructive surgery and to have my second breast removed. Read it here
In May 2019, I was featured as part of the Strong Women series in the Metro. I discuss how exercise, including Nordic Walking, is part of my life again and how I needed to be strong to convince my surgeon to agree to my second mastectomy. Read it here.
I was featured in Woman’s Weekly in April 2019. “My life changing diagnosis”
Piece in The Times March 2019 https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/i-got-a-shock-after-a-routine-scan-then-the-treatment-was-amazing-hn3qgfkll
My fellow Flat Friend, Penny Rutterford interviewed me for a piece in the January issue of Goldie Magazine.
I was interviewed for the October 2018 issue of Good Housekeeping.
Piece in Independent September 2018 https://www.independent.co.uk/news/health/breast-cancer-deaths-increase-austerity-conservatives-screening-obesity-a8558391.html
Piece in Daily Mirror June 2018 https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/breast-cancer-breakthrough-means-5000-12642536
Piece in Daily Mail June 2018 https://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-5801769/Thousands-breast-cancer-patients-SPARED-chemotherapy.html
In April 2018 I was featured in the leading Bulgarian women’s magazine, Woman. The English translation is here
I was featured in the January 2018 issue of Good Housekeeping
- Piece in i newspaper September 2017 https://inews.co.uk/news/health/breast-cancer-drugs-thousands-denied/