About Me: Female, 25, Manchester , United Kingdom, member since May 2012
I had Chronic Myeloid Leukemia when I was 11 and was treated with a bone marrow transplant. I had a molecular relapse when I was 16 and was treated successfully but I know have graft versus host disease. I am currently in a wheelchair due to this. I have however been to
[More]ld that since I've got gvh disease I will not relapse again.
I have just finished a Maths degree at university and am waiting for my results!
I am a shy person but liven up once I know a person! I have been called strange and weird but that's who I am! I am a typical girly girl who likes pink etc and love anything sweet and chocolately!
I love to read and like cooking but struggle due to my mobility problems. I support Everton football club and have a season ticket. I enjoy going to the cinema and out to restaurants.
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