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Grantham cancer patient Charlie, 14, finishes gruelling five months of treatment

A teenage schoolboy has completed a gruelling five months of chemotherapy after he was diagnosed with a rare cancer earlier this year.

Charlie Tatchell, of Wyndham Close, Grantham, was diagnosed with anaplastic large cell lymphoma in April and was admitted to the Teenage Cancer Ward at Queen’s Medical Centre in Nottingham.

Charlie, a pupil of Priory Ruskin Academy and the youngest of four brothers, is now back at home following his chemotherapy sessions.

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