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Grace, Cramlington 

"It helped having friends going through similar experiences as they knew what was happening to me and I didn't have to explain things."

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Dionne, Devon 

"Last Christmas was a really difficult time for me. It was my boys’ first Christmas, so I’d wanted it to be really special for them but I was so poorly that I couldn’t even eat my Christmas dinner."

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Amy, Cumbria 

"The unit was absolutely brilliant – I can’t fault it at all."

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Luke, Rayleigh  

"The Youth Support Coordinator at the Teenage Cancer Trust outpatient unit has been amazing. She is always finding things for me to do and looking for ways to help me and others."

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Jack, London 

"When I heard I had cancer it didn't really hit me at first. I have a 2 year old little girl so I all I thought about was getting better for her."

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Sarah, Yorkshire 

"I was facing cancer and a possible amputation, I felt swamped by the overwhelming news."

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Emily, Kent 

"I remember he said that he would only see a case like this every 10 years and a GP might only see this once in a lifetime."

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