Beef fillet and ratatouille

So today I had my first dialysis session in The Midland Regional Hospital in Tullamore. Amongst the many things that happened, I was given a cook book called Truly Tasty. Andrew and I had been meaning to buy a copy, but had not done so yet. It was, therefore, a great surprise when the dietitian … Continue reading Beef fillet and ratatouille

Start of the end of an era

Today is the last Sunday that I will be on dialysis in Tallaght University Hospital. No, I haven't got a transplant. No, I don't not need dialysis. Why, then? It is because my care is being transferred to the Midlands Regional Hospital in Tullamore (sister hospital to where this all started in Port Laoise). My … Continue reading Start of the end of an era

HIV Blogger included in list of Best HIV Blogs for 2019

The outlook for people living with HIV has improved dramatically over the last 20 years. An HIV-positive diagnosis is no longer as hopeless as it once was. Many who have HIV are able to live fuller, longer, healthier lives. However, myths still persist about the virus. Healthline’s best blog winners are a much-needed resource for those living … Continue reading HIV Blogger included in list of Best HIV Blogs for 2019