I can't believe I'm saying this, but 6 months later, I am engaged!
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"Until I found Cancer Dating Service, I was unusually shy about dating.
Ya, cancer can have that effect :) But a few days in, I received a message from a man who was caring, nice, & so funny.
Who better to help you navigate the world of dating after a breast cancer diagnosis than the women who’ve been there themselves? He said it wasn’t an issue for him and he still wanted to take me out. Four months later we are still together and very much in love. Get to know someone a little and pick the right moment to tell them.
Clair was diagnosed with breast cancer at the end of 2014, aged 38. This time I wanted to meet a man who would get to know me before I told him. We chatted daily for hours, getting to know each other. ‘When he asked me for a date I decided he had to know, so I started typing the message while in a flood of tears. The anxiety became intense when I saw ‘Typing a message’ flash up on my phone. Dating sites do work, just be patient.’ Penny, who was diagnosed at 52 in 2014, worries about the right time to tell potential partners about her cancer. Friends urged me to try online dating but when is the right time to let someone know that you only have one breast?
Having ended her eight-year relationship shortly after finishing surgery, she decided to try internet dating in February 2016. I chatted to one man I had a lot in common with and we got on really well. He normally wrote long messages but his response was: “I’m sorry to hear that, I’m not ignoring you I have to go out”. ‘I was set up by a friend on one date, and frankly it was a bit of a disaster.
The explosion of dating sites and apps may have revolutionised the way potential partners can meet nowadays.
However the company, Kite Pharma, cautioned that its version of CAT-T cell therapy may have also killed two of the 101 people in the study.
The patients had non-Hodgkin lymphoma and all other treatments had failed.
A fund that was established in England to increase access to cancer medicines has been found to have provided little clinical benefit.
The Cancer Drugs Fund, which ran from 2010 to 2016, cost more than £1 billion, and gave people access to expensive new cancer drugs not routinely available on the NHS.