It was the way it was discovered that surprised me. He thought he had a longstanding shoulder injury which was taking time to heal. Only when he had an X-ray did they discover the tumour. It's a dangerous disease which can take hold without you realising until very late. I hear lots of cases similar to Connor's. The moral is "If something isn't quite right and you can't explain it, get it checked!" The NHS has been brilliant with me over the past year, despite their Covid workload.
my sister works at the countess on the Covid wards she has two amazing little girls and she does around 90hr weeks at the moment she's so stressed and shattered all the time, never moans they are AMAZING all of them. she only worked 26hr weeks before the virus