Living with cancer

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  • Sunday, 05 Jan 2003

Dee Sidhu ... 'The nature of this centre is complementary to inform you of your choices.'

ONE can only imagine the kinds of emotions that a patient diagnosed with cancer has to cope with. “Am I going to die?”, “What treatment options do I have?”, “How will I cope?” These are just some of the issues that the individual has to work through while at the same time being plagued with feelings of fear and uncertainty.  

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