On Thu, 28 Nov 2019 16:46:37 GMT
On 28/11/2019 16:04, Recliner wrote:
Yes this is very sad, particularly at a fairly young age. I was
why he no longer posted in this forum.
I think he dropped out if here before the illness. I think he may still
have been active elsewhere till about five months ago.
Does anyone know his age? I couldn't locate him on LinkedIn.
I found this that he tweeted on 29 Oct:
"Personal update - am no longer at home. Am in local palliative unit at
Whipped Cross hospital. Had become too weak to manage independently so
possibly best place for me now. Both GP and new consultant involved in
I wish I'd followed him on Twitter, as he provided regular news on his
He is in a better place, one has to believe, regardless of whether that
person is religious or not.
Yes, going through his tweets, he had a sad, miserable last few months. He
doesn't seem to have had close family, and I don't think he was religious.
He used music as a distraction.
I've had 2 family members die of cancer - its a miserable way to go. Despite
the fact that new medicine is being developed we seem to hear about it more
and more. I suppose its what gets you when everything else has been cured.