There are many people in our communities living with advanced cancer, and due
to advances in treatments they are living for much longer than ever before. This is
making ‘living well’ during the years after a life limited diagnosis more vitally
important to address. Despite a growing interest around what constitutes ‘quality
of life’ for those with such a diagnosis, the majority of this expanding sector of the
population are still missing out on cancer rehabilitation.
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