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Living with bone cancer long term

From Beverly Brown

I had a sarcoma in my right leg at the age of 21, and left my leg to the University of London to help other people and save lives, I hope...

I do have another sarcoma on my pelvis bone I’ve had for 25 years now. If anything happens to me, I am leaving it to science. It’s what I believe in, you never know it might just put the puzzle together to cure it for all of us who do have this.

I am 47 this year have 4 lovely children and just got married this year. So just want to say to people life can be happy no matter what, we all deal with it in our own way. I’ve lived for 25 years with bone cancer now so I hope this can help someone somewhere.

Best of luck to everyone from my heart...


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Updated: 28 September 2009