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When Hayley Cadman was diagnosed with stage two Hodgkin's lymphoma, her world was turned upside down.
Last year, the mum-of-two experienced intense pain in her back and arms and medics thought she had a trapped nerve.
But after trips to see a chiropractor and sports massage therapist, Hayley’s symptoms continued and became worse.
She began to lose weight, suffered from heart palpitations and had a persistent dry cough.
Hayley had recently started a new job as a learning disability nurse and her GP thought it was causing her anxiety and stress.
But she knew that something wasn’t right and asked for blood tests to be taken.
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