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Faced with a desperately hard battle against cancer, Ivan decided he would like to share his experiences with readers of the BBC News website. He hoped it could help demystify a disease that touches so many lives, and would allow people across the world to discuss the disease and share their experiences. From then, Ivan wrote a regular, deeply moving diary outlining his battle against the tumour. He endured two major brain operations, chemotherapy and various experimental treatments in his extraordinary fight for survival. He also married his German born girlfriend and they celebrated the birth of their second child. Throughout the two years, the diary received thousands of e-mails from people around the world. Many of them are published in this book. It is impossible to read them without being deeply moved - messages of support to Ivan, people's experiences, stories of hope. One of the most remarkable aspects of the regular diary has been this amazing coming together of so many people around the world.
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Ivan was born in Leeds in 1967 and spent his childhood in Luton and Leeds. He studied German at Aston University in Birmingham and lived and worked in what was then East Germany. After graduating, he joined BBC Monitoring as a sub-editor and went on to become an internet journalism trainer at the World Service. Ivan's last job was as a science and technology writer on the BBC News website. After been diagnosed with malignant brain tumour in 2002 he began to write a column on BBC online recording his treatment, feelings and life. He died in January 2005. He leaves behind a widow, and a young daughter and son.
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Book Description Hodder & Stoughton Ltd, 2005. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0340864281
Book Description Condition: New. New. Seller Inventory # STR-0340864281