Quarter of survivors find life after cancer harder than actual treatment

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Breast cancer patients often find it more difficult to cope with life after cancer than the actual treatment, a leading charity has found.

New research from Breast Cancer Care suggests many survivors find treatment ending harder than having a breast removed or going through chemotherapy or radiotherapy.

From the survey, it was discovered that more than a quarter (26%) of women diagnosed with breast cancer say life after treatment is harder than the treatment itself. Continue reading “Quarter of survivors find life after cancer harder than actual treatment”

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