Cancer care benefits when people share their stories
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Cancer care benefits when people share their stories

Ben Heyworth Macmillan survivorship network manager, Christie Hospital, Manchester

People affected by cancer have unprecedented opportunities to reach out and speak to others in a similar sitution

Cancer can affect every aspect of life. There are obvious implications for physical health, but it affects emotional and psychological well-being too, as well as relationships, finances and employment.

Cancer Nursing Practice. 19, 3, 16-16. doi: 10.7748/cnp.19.3.16.s12

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