I shared my experiences of sarcoma to benefit others
Maria Onasanya Clinical trial coordinator, The Christie NHS Foundation Trust, Manchester
No one knows the cancer journey better than those who have been through it and they could have a valuable role in research
I was 14 years old when I was diagnosed with osteosarcoma in my left leg in 2008. It required surgery to remove the bone from my hip to below my knee and replace it with a metal prosthesis. Chemotherapy was also needed. I relapsed in both lungs in 2010, needing surgery on my lungs and chemo.
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