I wrote an article about the topics covered by there is a light:brightlight. A fantastic play based on the brightlight research, which is the first of its kind, following 1100 young adults with cancer for five years. The play beautifully highlights some of the struggles and issues young people face with cancer. If you have seen it and remember some other scenes I had forgotten please comment on the post to add them :)
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