The benefits and drawbacks of treatment in a specialist Teenage Unit— a patient's perspective

      My name is Sarah. I am now 26, but at the age of 17, I was diagnosed with osteosarcoma. I have been asked to write about my experiences of having cancer as a young person and the key issues associated with being treated on a specialist Teenage Cancer Unit.
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