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An NHS patient is live-tweeting what it's like living with cancer

LONDON — The UK's National Health Service has launched a new initiative to show the personal stories behind the huge organisation. The initiative — which began Monday to coincide with the launch of the NHS' official Twitter account — will see a different NHS patient or member of staff become curator each week over a three-month period.  Cancer patient Richard Orchard — who's currently a patient at Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Hospitals Trust — is the first to take over the account.
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