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Support Blue Dot Concierge

We are getting excited about creating an amazing service for people going through a cancer journey. Blue Dot Concierge is a personal support service that will look after many of the practical aspects of the persons treatment program. To do…

Made Juice

What a great way to revitalise and replenish your body. Check out these fabulous cold pressed juices from our friends at Made Juice Just enter the promo code BLUEDOTARMY when you check out to receive a 10% discount. Enjoy !

Why we are doing what we are doing!

This pretty much sums up why we are doing what we are do at Blue Dot Army and creating Blue Dot Concierge. I received this message this morning and my tears were not only for this family but also for…

We now have Shopnate The EasyFundraiser

Great news! We’ve joined Shopnate The EasyFundraiser, it’s a great site where you can help blue-dot-army raise funds simply by doing your everyday online shopping! Over 680 big name retailers such as Target, eBay, ASOS, and Booktopia are included. Every…

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Entertainment Book fans

For all you Entertainment Book fans we would love your support in buying a book which will help Blue Dot Army. There are some fabulous early bird vouchers and bonus offers if you pre-order now. Please feel free to share…

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I have been very out of sorts this week and couldn't work out why and then it hit me, FEAR. I am currently going through my yearly check up after my cancer journey and realised that it doesn't matter how…

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My Cancer Journey – The way forward !

As I reflect back, as strange as it may sound, I am actually grateful for my cancer journey. I discovered so many things which I was totally unaware of until now. Having walked the path, I can understand first hand…

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My Cancer Journey – to hell and back !

Throughout my cancer journey, I spent a lot of time in waiting rooms and they were all the same. You were given a clip board with forms to complete, moved into more waiting rooms until eventually you got to see…

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