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Joanna Griffith

Last post from Jo

What’s up? Well things have progressed and I fear this will be my last post. Since the brain radiation I’ve been really unwell and in the last few weeks increasingly unwell. I keep rallying but it only lasts a few hours and the nausea, diarrhoea and fatigue return. The cancer is everywhere now and we

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Keep an eye out for thank you emails

Hey folks. If you have recently donated (or even donated in the past but not received a thank you), please keep an eye eye on your email, and check your spam or junk email. Emails usually come from fundraiser.net.au with a subject link like “a personal message from Jo to you” . I’ve had to

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Joanna Griffith

Update December 2021

Well, as you may know things have progressed with my cancer. Now there are more lesions in my lungs, brain and now my liver. This means past treatments, including the Keytruda, have stopped as they are no longer working. I have started to feel a bit unwell with things now, so it’s getting a bit

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Joanna Griffith

Thank-you notes

Dear friends, I have finally finished my thank-you emails. They have taken me over a year to write.  I have tried, where possible, to add a personal touch to each one, and it has been very emotional writing them. Apologies that it has taken so long, there have been more than 777! You should be

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cancer journey
Joanna Griffith

July update

Well we’d always like an update to be positive, but that is something I can’t do today. I had a scan last Friday, and unfortunately it shows disease progression. There are two new metastases in my brain (fortunately not in very important bits!) and multiple small nodules in my lungs. One nodule in my lung

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Joanna Griffith

February update

Philosophy You know its funny this preparing to die thing. It feels a lot like normal life. Each day is much like it was in the past. There are some very notable differences. I work less. I spend more time clearing up and clearing out my life – decluttering and simplifying things as much as

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Help support Jo and her family through terminal breast cancer

At age 43, with two children aged 8 and 3, Jo faces a heartbreaking and devastating situation. Right when she should be making early memories with her family, she faces a diagnosis of terminal breast cancer. Those memories are soon all her children will have left.   #ChallengeAccepted 

“It’s my dearest wish that the boys are surrounded by love and support when I’m gone…”

“I want to live long enough for Lachy and Ben to have meaningful memories of me.”

Donor Wall

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Kate TAYLOR

$51.80 21/01/2022

For you and your family Jo. Kate Taylor and family.

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Karishma Shakespeare

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With big love from my family to yours. ❤️❤️❤️

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Anthea Fleming

$500.00 20/01/2022

With my best wishes for you, Simon and your boys.

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Helen Palm

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Alan Marcus

$77.55 19/01/2022

Jo, you are an amazing person and our lives are all the better for having known you. Love, Alan and Mariko

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Jo I loved tafe when you were my teacher the care , and compassion you have is so real , We will all work together to support Simon and… Read more

Jo I loved tafe when you were my teacher the care , and compassion you have is so real , We will all work together to support Simon and your boys love and hugs to you all xoxoxoxo

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