Two Facebook posts by Andrew yesterday. One collecting for the Cancer Society, and one explaining why the fortunes of the Cancer Society are close to his heart.
Not many people know that I’m a cancer survivor and days like today, Daffodil Day, are really important to me.
I had prostate cancer when I was 43 – I know the feeling of being told you have cancer and the feeling of relief when you hear it’s gone.
That’s why I’m firmly committed to making sure our health system works for those with cancer – and for every New Zealander who gets sick.
Today, I’m wearing my Daffodil for my mother who had cancer 20 years ago. She’s now 93 and still going as strong as ever.
Pretty safe day again for Mr L. Let’s see if he can negotiate next week. It’s not safe things like interviewing students or having a chat in his office with a retired boxer that puts him at risk.