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I feel like I’m sitting on a time bomb

Dec 19, 2019

‘I feel like I’m sitting on a time bomb’ – Kath reveals how incurable cancer affected her life.

A woman with incurable cancer has spoken of how the disease has affected her life.

Kath Lewis was diagnosed with neuroendocrine cancer in June 2015, just six weeks before her first grandchild was born.

She had repeatedly been to the doctors, since suffering unrelated issues with her stomach, but knew in her gut that something else was wrong.

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