Real Stories: Steve
- Published: 8th Sep '10
- Region: Leeds
- Cancer Type: Testicular Cancer
- Tags: Emotional Support, Employment, Mosaic North, Parents, Peer Support, Surgery, Teenage Cancer Trust Unit, University
Steve was at university when he had treatment on a teenage and young adult unit for testicular cancer, aged 20.
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