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Cromer Hospital: Tiring trips cut for cancer patients

16 January 2014 Last updated at 14:21 GMT

A small hospital in Norfolk is treating cancer patients with chemotherapy for the first time.

The new service at Cromer Hospital means patients living in the north of the county can avoid often long and often tiring trips to hospitals further afield and helps relieve the pressure on larger hospitals,

Eventually Cromer Hospital hopes to be able to treat 10 patients a week.

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