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My friend’s been diagnosed with cancer - What can I do?

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If someone you care about has been diagnosed with cancer, it can be heartbreaking. You’ll probably want to help and although you have good intentions, you just don’t know what to say or where to start.

We partnered with the Mark Hughes Foundation to ask the tough questions and get some practical advice on how you can make a difference.

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To find out more about brain cancer visit the Mark Hughes Foundation website and stay tuned to The Check Up for all the latest updates.

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