Living with incurable breast cancer for 10 years | 5 News

Published on 12 Feb 2019, 20:00
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Kris Hallenga was diagnosed with incurable breast cancer at the age of 23 - that was 10 years ago.
She went on to set up her own charity, Coppafeel, which encourages young women to check their breasts regularly and has support from politicians to celebrities like Ed Sheeran.
People who are diagnosed with cancer are now much more likely to survive, and to live for longer. It's down to a range of reasons - better diagnoses, treatment, and aftercare.

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