and it's helped me beat cancer I am the Lord of the coach clearance sale 2016 Pies. Oliver Doyle tells of his remarkable recovery from a rare tumour to open his third shop in Chorlton coach outlet atlanta rental homes with partner Lindsay Meckie06:00, 19 MAR 2017Updated17:29, 13 JUL 2017What's OnGet What's On updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeThank you for subscribing!Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailLess than a year ago, Oliver Doyle was in intensive care after surgery to remove a rare tumour. His partner, Lindsay Mekie, was warned to prepare for the worst.Today, they are getting ready to open their third branch of award winning pie shop Lord of the Pies the business they credit with saving his life.The couple founded the shop in Stockport in 2011 before launching a second site in Macclesfield, which they liked so much they moved to live there too.With the move came a change of doctor for Oliver, who had been suffering from hypertension a condition his previous GP had shrugged off, linking it to his lifestyle as a chef.Oliver Doyle and Lindsay Meckie at the new Lord of the Pie cafe in Chorlton"The very first appointment I had he said: 'I've looked at your notes and your story and there's something really wrong here'," said Oliver.The next day he coach outlet atlanta improv went for an ultrasound scan and was diagnosed with pheochromocytoma, a rare cancer of the adrenal gland tissue."They said it was the biggest one they'd ever seen. They think it had been there for about five years," he said."It was obviously very traumatic and the survival rates were really slim, so it was pretty bad."It this really the best place to live in Greater Manchester?Surgery was carried out to remove the tumour a risky procedure with complications that resulted in the loss of a kidney too. Oliver also had to have a blood transfusion and was in intensive care in an induced coma afterwards."It was pretty bad. They told Lindsay to prepare for the worst," he said.But remarkably he recovered and was out of hospital within 10 days with a positive prognosis."It was four weeks they wanted to keep me in. I didn't eat for seven days then Lindsay smuggled me in a pie and mash and it was the best thing I'd ever tasted," he said."I was adamant I wanted to get home and be getting back to work.
I just cracked on and every day did a little coach outlet stores official site bit of a walk and kept eating good food."Throughout his recovery, Lindsay was juggling being by his bedside with keeping the business running. They didn't close up shop for a single day.
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