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Steve Hewlett: ‘People say I’m brave about cancer, but I’m realistic. I’m a storyteller’

When the broadcaster decided to discuss his medical journey on Radio 4, he was surprised by the reaction Back in March, the broadcaster and journalist Steve Hewlett received the sort of mortal shock that frequently opens a newspaper article about how to deal with a serious illness: he was told by doctors, almost out of the blue, that he had an aggressive form of cancer that would be difficult to treat.
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