Two mugs on a green background with the words Takling Cancer.

Talking Cancer podcast - Series 1, Episode 2: Treatable but not curable cancer

Podcast
Published: 21 Feb 2020
Edition: 1
Two mugs on a green background with the words Takling Cancer.
Emma B meets Adam, who was diagnosed with a brain tumour during a work trip to New York and is now living with a treatable but not curable cancer. Plus, Emma asks Macmillan professional Dany helpful questions on what living with this type of cancer means for people.

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Published: 21 Feb 2020
Edition: 1
Emma B meets Adam, who was diagnosed with a brain tumour during a work trip to New York and is now living with a treatable but not curable cancer. Plus, Emma asks Macmillan professional Dany helpful questions on what living with this type of cancer means for people.

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