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Designed by the famous actress Halle Berry. It is a very exciting and very natural scent that’s
reflective of the outdoors. It has a very spicy aroma with smooth transitions in the composition
that makes it gourmand.
Daughter of a nurse and a bus driver, little Angela was born into a normal life. Her parents got
divorced due to his father being abusive. She was then raised exclusively by her mother. Angela
is a kind and beautiful kid. A few years later, she was able to reach college. Her college life was
an eventful one because she started to join beauty pageants. She may not have won these
pageants, she still learned something. She realized that she wants to entertain people. She then
started to train as an actress. After a few years of honing her craft, she was able to become part
of movies and she even starred in some. Her hard work and dedication made her into an
award-winning actress but she never forgot her mother who raised her to be the woman that
she is. With all her awards and accumulated talent, she now strives to spread her knowledge to
anyone who is willing to learn the art of acting.
Ribbon Color:Amber: Bladder Cancer
Well it’s best to start at the beginning. I was a 32-year-old police constable when my journey
started, after spending the 10 years before joining the force as a commercial diver working in
an oil field and as a salvage diver. I often found myself covered in crude oil and other
contaminates (I often wonder if this is the cause of the cancer, but who knows). I have a
beautiful young daughter who was only 6 months old when I found out that I had bladder
cancer; this was one of the hardest aspects of the illness. I’ve always enjoyed being active and
my hobbies include snowboarding, sky diving and motorcross. Sometimes I’ve had to sit and
recover following surgery, and this has been a challenge!
‘ve had many years of urethral strictures, and had become used to infections and problems, but
noticed something a little different was going on. I began seeing a lot of blood in my urine and
noticed a sudden urgency to wee. I knew something was wrong so I made an appointment to
see my GP. My GP gave me antibiotics repeatedly for an infection that didn’t exist, and the
symptoms didn’t get better. I went back and saw a locum who straight away referred me to the
Urology team. I had previously had a cystoscopy with no mention of cancer. When I woke up
from the general anaesthetic, I was met by the surgeon whose words will stay with me forever.
He said, “It’s not an infection, you have cancer.” These words crushed me at the time.
I was diagnosed with a Stage T1 Grade 2 initially, but then received a call stating that the
pathology showed it was actually Grade 3. I was initially given BCG treatment, which I couldn&’t
tolerate – it made its way into my kidneys due to the tumour location at the base of my
urethra. I was then told I required a radical cystectomy (RC).
One of the biggest changes is that I always look for the toilet no matter where I am. Other than
that, the new bladder has been great. I was unfortunate in that my bowel leaked after the RC. I
became critically ill and had a long stay in intensive care. I had a temporary illiostomy for six
months, but this has now been reversed. – James
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