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Woman who's had cancer four times given new hope by 'Covid-friendly' treatment

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To keep up with Rochdale news sign up to the MyRochdale newsletter here A woman who has been diagnosed with four different cancers in 20 years has actually benefited from Covid-19.

Alyson Blud, a retired lecturer, was first diagnosed with cervical cancer in the early 2000s — but since 2018, has battled bowel, lung, and pancreatic tumours.

The reason Alyson, 65, has had so much bad news is that she suffers from Lynch syndrome — which makes people predisposed to developing the disease. READ MORE:Government ‘intends’ to start a Covid-19 booster programme in September However, when two different treatments failed to reduce a tumour in her pancreas last year, with one of the chemotherapies leading to her being hospitalised for six weeks, her

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