Originally broadcast on 15th February 2011. This debate focuses on how 19 – 24 year olds that have been diagnosed with cancer may have a choice about where they can receive their care.
For more information – www.nhs.uk/young-cancer-care
A film that looks at the difference between an adult ward and a teenage ward.
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