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After Cancer

IMG_0636.JPGAt 26 years old, Shawn Campbell worked hard, partied hard and did pretty much what he wanted, when he wanted.

Then he got cancer, and everything changed.

Now, 12 years later, Shawn has been through his treatment and recovery.

But he, like thousands of other young cancer survivors, felt abandoned when he finally walked out of the hospital for the last time.

This week Maritime Magazine looks at the issue of after-care for young people with cancer.

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