Jacque Morrow, 43, a staff sergeant in the British Army based in Amesbury, was diagnosed with breast cancer in January 2020 and had a mastectomy just before lockdown. Here she tells how she coped with post-surgery chemotherapy during lockdown and how the army has supported her and her family over the last stressful 10 months. I joined the army when I was 18 and spent 23 years as a regular soldier before becoming a full-time reservist in September 2019. It’s been a way of life for me and I would recommend the army to anyone. I’ve had lots of great
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