Nothing better that being out and about, feeling that there is a world out there other than doctor’s surgeries and hospitals.
If you feel up to it, it’s generally fine for someone getting chemotherapy to visit public to places, or to have friends and family visit. Try to avoid situations where you might come into close contact with people who could be sick, and make sure you wash your hands afterwards. We have included a pocket size thankyou hand sanitiser in Kit to pop in your bag.

Be aware of those days after chemo when your immune system is down.

 

Betty Whitehurst

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