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11th June 2010

It’s fine to find fault with cancer treatments, as Simon Crompton (May) does, but it’s worth asking yourself what you would do if you were diagnosed with cancer. I always thought that I would seek alternative treatment or at least consider other ways of treating the disease. When doctors recently discovered a large mass in my kidney, I researched alternative treatments and put my ideas to the surgeon. He told me the choice was to have the conventional treatment, or die. That prognosis does not leave you with many options.

Susan Lees…

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