A Matter of Life or Death
It will be obvious what these are about if you read them.
You'll figure it out Image source is National Cancer Institute via Wikipedia Commons. No copyright issues.
It's about, what it's about... Image is from Lesley Fallais website http://www.lesleyfallais.co.uk/wp/portfolio-post/the-nightingale-and-gen...
you'll get the hang of it... image is used in acc w. https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/2.0/ Image ©Licensed to Parsons Media. Tesco Cookery School. Picture by Andrew Parsons / Parsons Media
Written before, by several years. I read it now and it's not so far out. For everyone affected, as I was between then and now by some, by any of the things this story deals with. Image from pikrepro.com and free for non-commercial reuse.
Warning! Contains Latin with which I have taken a syntactical liberty. Although strictly speaking, the verb is generally at the end of a Latin period,this is merely a phrase. It means 'fear of death disturbs me' Image is by the 17th century painter Philippe de Champaigne, I don't think he'll mind me using it.
I think I'd be less worried if it were me. Although 'no evidence of disease' was declared two years ago. The clinical trial isn't over until 5 years after the last person finishes the course of treatment. So it's crossed fingers and worry-worting everytime a 3-monthly check requires just a few more tests. Everything was OK, though. Another bullet dodged. Image: Blausen Medical Communications, Inc., CC BY 3.0 < https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0> , via Wikimedia Commons