Cancer

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    Video caption: Cured of HIV: I want to end stigma and discrimination

    Adam Castillejo, the second person to be cured of HIV, on his experiences of undergoing treatment.

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    Video caption: Oscar Saxelby-Lee turns on Worcester Christmas lights

    People in the city helped to raise £750,000 for the six-year-old to undergo cancer treatment abroad.

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    Video caption: Widow urges people with symptoms to get cancer check

    Sue Wood is urging people to have cancer symptoms checked despite concerns about the pandemic.

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    Video caption: Cancer patient: 'It is just inhumane'

    20-year-old Masha needs an experimental drug to help treat her cancer but her private insurer won't pay for it.

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    Video caption: "Once cancer is in your family, everything changes"

    Gabrielle Livingstone felt alone and scared knowing her dad was not going to get better. She set out to support others affected by parents with cancer.

  6. Inside Europe's largest cancer unit during COVID - Part 3

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    Video caption: Jayne McCubbin has been looking at how the Christie Hospital is helping cancer patients.

    Jayne McCubbin has been looking at how Manchester's Christie Hospital is tackling a backlog of patients alongside researching future treatments.

  7. Inside Europe's largest cancer unit during COVID - Part 2

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    Video caption: Jayne McCubbin has been to the Christie Hospital in Manchester and spoken to patients.

    Jayne McCubbin has been to the Christie Hospital in Manchester and has spoken to two of their patients, Gabriel and Kathryn.

  8. Inside Europe's largest cancer unit during COVID - Part 1

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    Video caption: Breakfast's Jayne McCubbin has been to the Christie Hospital, to speak to their doctors.

    Breakfast's Jayne McCubbin has been to Manchester's Christie Hospital, Europe's largest dedicated cancer centre, to see how the doctors have been coping.

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    Video caption: Tracey Crouch: 'I didn't think I would ever get cancer'

    The former minister for sports was diagnosed with breast cancer when she was 44 years old.