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The trial cancer drugs keeping me alive can finally be given on the NHS – a decision that will save thousands like me

TWO years ago, almost to the day, my oncologist told me: “I can't promise you this won't progress quickly.” I'll never forget the sheer terror I felt in that moment. The trial drugs keeping me alive are finally going to be available on the NHS. 6. The
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