In November 2022, I was very active on my blog site as it was World Neuroendocrine Cancer Day on 10th Nov (although every day is the same for me!). The death of Wilko Johnson was unexpected, I tough he would be strumming his guitar for a bit longer. That was the top post by some margin. The 2nd top was surprisingly popular – empathy from an oncology nurse diagnosed with cancer. Only one old favourite made it into the top 5.
Here are the 5 most read posts in November 2022. Click on the blue heading or the picture to read.
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