Rearranging the furniture

Posted by @ 10:57 am on Monday 13th February, 2017.
Categories: Site update

I'm doing a bit of reorganising here. Most of the posts about AML have been hidden from the blog's front page. They're still in existence, and no doubt I'll be creating a few more, but from now on it'll need a few more clicks to find them. They will still be up for discussion as usual.

Most of them are still in the "AML" category and most of them are still tagged "Acute Myeloid Leukaemia (AML)". There's a link to that tag in the sidebar's site nav under "01 Site Nav - Pick a Page". There's also a link in there to the latest blood-test result charts.

I may even go so far as to tart the place up a bit by ditching the moody black & grey look and adding a few touches of colour.

But that might be a step too far.

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