Archive for April 2014

Chris Boughton

The Race is Run

25 April 2014 by Chris Boughton

Despite his problems towards the end of the race he clearly loved the whole experience of taking part in the London Marathon. Apparently the crowds lining the route were the largest in the race’s history and I guess the sunny day was very pleasant for them if not for those taking part. In pursuit of trying to raise funds for PD research Ollie had trained for over six months by running after work, in the dark, at least three times a week. He also joined his local gym for the six months to help build up his strength and fitness. He tells me that the whole process took over his life but not in a negative way.

Briony Cooke

Deep Brain Stimulation

17 April 2014 by Briony Cooke

This week I spent two days in hospital being assessed for Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS) surgery. The first day involved psychological assessment and the second day observations and videoing of my condition when I am off and on my medication. The purpose was to ensure that my symptoms would respond to surgery and that I […]

Chris Boughton

The Final Hurdle

14 April 2014 by Chris Boughton

Just two months left and my BA in English and History will be finished. It seems amazing to think that it will be three years this August that I signed up for this degree. It seems to have gone so quickly. But it has served its purpose and both engaged my brain and distracted me […]

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