Greig and ‘Tattoos’

Greig talks about his scars from years of medical treatment.


  • Faye

    What a lovely video you should be very proud of yourself 🙂

  • Carole Douglas

    HI GREIG – Im a Scot, have lived in tropical Australia for the last 33years with my husband and have 3 children and 2 grandchildren. I was diagnosed with breast cancer 14 years ago with mets to my bones 10 and 7 years ago. Imcurrently in hospital in Townsville after having a trip and breaking my femur just before Xmas. Unfortunately my wound sight has become infected so Im back in hospital waiting to have it reopened and flushed out. I broke my other femur almost 2 years ago while mynhusband and I were visiting Spain, i tripped on cobblestones – such a simple thing !!! Both breaks are where I have had radiation to the bone. So sitting here in hospital I came across an article in our local paper about you and have logged on. I think its just great what youre doing – soo many people need something just like this to give them hope, keep them positive etc. I really liked your srticle about scars !!!! I look upon my various ones with pride too. I volunteer each week at the local cancer ward (when I dont have a broken leg) and I know I make a difference to those (women) who are just starting on their chemo journey and look at me and think – well maybe theres hope I can back to looking like her too !!! It gives me great satisfactio , as I think what you are doing with this website does for you. Keep on keeping on !!!(and I think you are a very handsome young man, scars and all!!!!) Carole Douglas, Townsville , Australia

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