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The UK’s first sex shop for people with cancer has launched Sex and cancer are not obvious bedfellows, but two survivors of the disease hope to tackle the twin taboos with an erotic online store Health Society Wellbeing
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Three wise women: female founders who inspired us in 2021 Kris Hallenga, Josephine Philips and Hattie Hasan stood out among our coverage this year by turning three great ideas into reality Good Business Health Lifestyle Society Sustainable Development UK
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Alive and glittering: lessons from 12 years living with terminal cancer Twelve years ago, Kris Hallenga was told she only had a few years left to live. She talks about finding happiness after her diagnosis Body & Mind Health Positive People Wellbeing
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How Rwanda could be the first country to wipe out cervical cancer The east African country’s campaign to end cervical cancer through the HPV vaccine has had to overcome cultural taboos and rumours about inf... Health World
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Symbols of resilience: post-mastectomy tattoos Swirling patterns, brightly hued flowers and even birds: the tattoos are as diverse as their owners’ stories. All of these women – who have ... Arts Health
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The dad who builds virtual hospitals to help young patients When Dom Raban’s daughter was diagnosed with cancer at the age of 13, the lack of clear information available left her feeling isolated and ... Health Society UK
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