- Author: Lucia Pasqualino
- Published: 29th Feb '12
- Channel: FYSOT, Teenage Cancer Trust
- Region: Manchester, UK
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Ever wondered what life is like after cancer? Well, Lucia speaks openly and honestly about the struggles that she has experienced since becoming cancer free. Lucia tells of how her hair was a massive part of her body image issues, how relationships have been changed and how she has had to push for her right to choose where her follow up care should be.
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