- Cancer Type: Leukaemia
- Tags: Blood Counts, Blood Tests, Blood Transfusion, Bone Marrow, Chemotherapy, Chest Infection, Doctors, Friends, Hair Loss, Home, Hospital, Infection, Medication, Sleep, St. James Hospital, Tiredness, Ward
Filmed from Scott’s point of view, he explains his struggle with leukaemia, and how it changed his relationship with his family.
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