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Curated support and resources posts by the Little Lifts team

Terri’s Story

Terri’s top tip for other people undergoing cancer treatment is to listen to your body. She also found that jacket potatoes are great when your taste buds have been affected by chemo.

Terri’s Story

Terri’s top tip for other people undergoing cancer treatment is to listen to your body. She also found that jacket potatoes are great when your taste buds have been affected by chemo.

Kelly’s Story

Kelly was first diagnosed with primary breast cancer in 2015. At that time, she received chemotherapy treatment and surgery, and was relieved to be told that she was in remission.

Natalie’s Story

The diagnosis and treatment journey has been difficult for Natalie. She kept a journal where she recorded the side effects of her chemotherapy treatment, which included a metallic taste in her mouth, nausea, and fatigue.

Sadie’s Story

She initially discovered a lump in her breast in February 2019. After seeking medical advice, she had a scan and biopsy and was diagnosed with triple negative breast cancer.

Toni’s Story

Like many people being treated for cancer, Toni found the diagnosis and treatment journey more lonely during Covid-19, as she was unable to see friends and have physical contact and support.

Catherine’s Story

Catherine lives in Tibenham, Norfolk and was diagnosed with breast cancer in October 2019, aged 39. She received treatment at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital.

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