CancerCare Counts: ‘When they found it the doctors said it had spread everywhere’



At the age of 14, Ruth Wawszczyk was diagnosed with a rare form of blood cancer.
When the cause of her illness was discovered, she spent six weeks in hospital, and then six months on chemotherapy.
Like many others in the Lancaster area, Ruth and her family accessed services at CancerCare, which she said was as important for her parents as it was for her in moving forward with their lives.
Ruth, now aged 30 and living in London, attended St Bernadettes Primary School and Our Lady’s High School in Lancaster.
She currently works as a music therapist with children with special needs.
She said:... read more

 
15 October 2016 in Regional North West , Views: 16
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