Australian Cancer Support
- Author: Canteen
- Published: 6th Jan '07
The guys from Canteen Australia give us a run through of what its all about.
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We join Alan who was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s Lymphoma at the age of 17 at one of CanTeen Ireland’s weekends away. Alan talks about all the treatment he had to go through including chemotherapy, radiotherapy and a stem cell transplant.
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