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Undergoing chemotherapy for cancer is 'not great' according to a 30-year-old Nottingham man - but he is trying to put a positive spin on it by getting people to sponsor him for charity. So far Tom Brailsford has raised more than £4,300 for Maggie's cancer caring centre at the City Hospital. His story touched so many friends, colleagues and family that he reached his initial target of £1,000 in just four hours. Tom, who describes himself as youngish, fit, healthy and happy...
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and I then went down into the operation, it was a five-hour operation and I woke up in intensive care. So I'm hoping, all being well, to finish my chemotherapy at the end of July
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I was given, I think it was a couple of months or maybe a month or so to recover from the operation and then they started me on the chemotherapy
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The Cornishman
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When Julie O' Shaunessy's consultant gently took her hand and told her he had some bad news, cancer was the last thing she was expecting. But to learn that it would never be cured and she would be put on a treadmill of exhausting treatments was a second bolt from the blue which the 60-year-old could never have been prepared for. That was 18 years ago and although she spends roughly half her year on cycles of chemotherapy and has long since given up grieving for her hair, Julie says her story...
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There's no other feeling like it. After chemotherapy and bone marrow transplants he was given days to live. So his mother, Callie, turned to something in secret - cannabis oil to ease his pain. But something happened. His condition improved and his sores healed. She believes it helped, others aren't so sure
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I had to have my surgery first, then I had to go straightaway three weeks after surgery, quite aggressive chemotherapy. After that I went..
Sky News
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respond to traditional treatments, like chemotherapy or radiotherapy. Sky's Charlotte Lomas has more. When Ethan first felt a lump in his back five years ago,.
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respond to traditional treatments like chemotherapy or radiotherapy. When Ethan first felt a lump in his back five years ago, he assumed it was a sports injury. Instead he was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer
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respond to traditional treatments, like chemotherapy or radiotherapy. Sky's Charlotte Lomas has more. When Ethan first felt a lump in his back five years ago, he assumed it was a sports injury. Instead, he was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer
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in the UK after a leading cancer charity donated more than £1 million towards pioneering research. The funding will offer hope to 300 children whose cancer doesn't respond to traditional treatments, like chemotherapy or radiotherapy. Sky's Charlotte Lomas has more
BBC News 24
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I had to have my makes me cry, knowing he was... Bless him. I had to have my surgery first, then I had to go straightaway three weeks after surgery, quite aggressive chemotherapy. After that I went... Five days a week for a.
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This week we have seen the evil that exists in the world, but there is always light. That's been proved by world-wide generosity towards a single-mum with cancer from Penzance. Caron Poe, 52, was forced to undergo a third bout of chemotherapy on her son's 10th birthday last Wednesday, but was still determined to make his day special. She appealed on social media and through Cornwall Live for friends and strangers to simply send her son birthday cards the entire Poe family have...
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