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Isle of Man breast cancer unit: £1.5m needed

3 July 2014 Last updated at 12:40 BST

Breast cancer survivors on the Isle of Man are aiming to raise £1.5m for a dedicated breast cancer care clinic.

The campaign is led by the Manx Breast Cancer Support Group and has received support from the health department.

Currently, staff and patients use the general outpatients clinic.

Jane Rose who recently got the all clear from breast cancer said: "You are told you have cancer and have to walk out through a busy waiting room, through all the corridors before you are able to cry."

Mother of two Claire Brew said: "I got my diagnosis in the ear, nose and throat department, something has to change."

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