'People think I've given up because I'm going to die' Cancer mum's reveals crippling loneliness

'People think I've given up because I'm going to die' Cancer mum's reveals crippling loneliness
 

A mum who has been battling cancer for eight years says she is struggling with crippling loneliness she's experiencing while going through chemotherapy.
Amanda Mahoney, who is being treated for recurring metastatic breast cancer said people "living with" the disease are "marginalised" in favour of recently-diagnosed sufferers and survivors.
The 47-year-old single mum said she believes people who are living with cancer and are yet to fully recovered are "marginalised within the cancer community."
She said: "There is a marked difference between support... read more

 
18 January 2019 in World News, Views: 11
Source: Daily Record
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