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Laura Boyd’s interview with Pete, about his involvement with cancer charities, turned into an emotional affair when she revealed she too is battling the disease. Watch here.
While life moves on for friends and families, I can't help but feel cancer has cast a major shadow over my future.
How a TOWIE treat, Coronation Street visit and charity night helps put cancer in the shade.
Living with leukaemia hasn't been easy of late but festive fun and a gossip with some stars has made life a little brighter.
stv.tv showbiz reporter Laura Boyd opens up about her own battle with leukaemia and chats to John Hartson about Stiliyan’s diagnosis.
When I mentioned that I would love to skate with the DOI heartthrob in my leukaemia blog, little did I know a year later I would be spinning on the ice in his arms...
From the latest leukaemia treatment to X Factor, Jessie J and a good old Chezza romance, life continues at quite a pace for STV reporter Laura.
The latest on my battle with cancer, including why the loss of a friend puts riots into perspective.
Covering the tragic star’s death is a difficult subject for cancer patient but focusing on the future gives hope.
Bootylicious boogying one moment to shock news the next, it’s been a rollercoaster of emotions these past few weeks.
Battling cancer myself, I fought back tears as I chatted to the footballer about charity work, how cancer has changed his life and his future goals, including a possible return to Celtic.
Katie Piper inspires while Mother’s Day brings mixed emotions to the forefront for cancer patient
Medication allows me to carry on life as normal despite cancer, but I can not stress the importance of signing up to become a donor.
The Big C drama becomes unmissable TV for real life leukaemia patient
X Factor magic and some Hollywood glamour provides welcome distraction for cancer patient
As X Factor took over my life in work, the Rock Chic charity event consumed my every waking moment in the run up to the big event… but it was worth it.
A Taggart tour, Cheryl Cole on the mend and Piping Live! encompasses a rollercoaster period in the life of a leukaemia patient.
Leukaemia couldn’t have been further from my mind in the past couple of weeks as I worked my socks off at T in the Park then partied in London, but stories of Cheryl Cole’s battle with malaria and the fact she just wanted her mum, reminded me that a year ago, life was very different.
From Gok Wan in Glasgow to the impending release of Twilight Eclipse, summertime has brought a whole host of distractions to take my mind of cancer.
Forget the World Cup. The biggest event of the summer is taking place this week as Carrie and co. return to the big screen with Sex and the City 2. With quirky clothes, a love of partying and a zest for life (always accompanied by a cupcake), as I write my blog, I can almost pretend I am the Glaswegian Carrie, except Carrie doesn’t have cancer...