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Written by Aaron Brigatti  
Saturday, 01 January 2005

I've been reading with interest over the last 6months, Ivan Noble's incredible experiences after he had been diagnosed with Cancer in August 2002.

It really is a moving tale of the ups and downs of cancer treatment, and it really shows the pain and suffering that the suffered, family and friends endure throughout.

If you haven't read it, I recommend that you do, it does put a new perspective on family, life and everything else that we all usually take for granted....

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/health/2253201.stm

 

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Written by Guest on 2005-01-28 14:42:04
Yes I read the diary too. I have spent the last three and particularly the last one year nursing my father with cancer. He is often in a great deal of pain and cannot move and no longer enjoys his life. If my father - who is and always was very bright and intelligent had half the energy that Ivan puts into being so self obsessed with his ailments he would get on with actually enjoying life and doing other things nlike Ivan who spends his time wallowing in self pity and apparently enjoying it. Get a life IVAN while you still have the strength. Deal with the Cancer stuff then shelve it and DO SOMETHING ELSE!
Interesting perspective!
Written by abrigatti on 2005-01-28 18:14:32
Not sure how I can respond to that comment personally, but I will give it a go. 
 
Yeah half of me felt like that in respect that although I don't have (and fortunately!) any family members who are as ill as this, I think your viewpoint is valid and justified. I do sometimes feel people have self-pitty to make the illness worst than it really is (although sometimes, as I stated above, it is justified)...but I guess you know the point I am trying to make here! 
 
In respect to Ivan specifically, well I don't see what he is doing as a bad thing, it is interesting to read the life of a "sufferer" - esp the ups and downs that I us "viewers" never actually experience until we have been put in that position too. 
 
But alas, we all have views and I just wish your father and Ivan well!! 
 
Here's to life and happiness in 2005 and beyond! Aaron.
Death of Ivan Noble
Written by abrigatti on 2005-02-10 13:41:03
After following Ivan's diary for about 4-5 mths, it is sad to say that in in Feb 2005, Ivan lost his battle against the terrible disease! 
 
Here's the link 
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk/4193093.stm 
 
My thoughts go to his widow and his children! God bless you all at this terrible time!

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