That was the instruction I received on a Monday night about 7.45 pm in a telephone call from a female with an interesting accent. It could be something out of a Le Carre novel or it could be the instructions to a Sailor for any sort of nefarious activity that your mind may conjure.
In this case it was the instructions for my first appointment to be on a clinical trial. To sign all the paperwork, to have my tests to ensure my eligibility, to cross my fingers and hope that I get the drug and not the placebo. (Unlike most cancer clinical trials this one is placebo controlled as there is no alternative treatment!)
All done - bloods, ECG, urine, pain charts, fatigue charts, etc, etc. Signed my life away on various forms, so now I wait to ensure my eligibility.
I'll keep you all posted.
PS - Alana is very nice and has the most beautiful voice.
A tourist remains an outsider throughout his visit; but a sailor is part of the local scene from the moment he arrives. Anne Davison
Cancer Council NSW would like to acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land on which we live and work.We would also like to pay respect to elders past and present and extend that respect to all other Aboriginal people.