Worsley man given year to live cancer-free after Christie's drug trial

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A man who “jumped at the chance” to join a drug trial after being diagnosed with cancer and given 12 months to live has said “getting the all-clear was overwhelming”.

Robert Glynn was diagnosed with a form of bile duct cancer in 2020 after going to the GP with severe shoulder pain.

He went on to join an immunotherapy trial at Manchester’s The Christie.

The 51-year-old from Worsley, Salford, said he was “very lucky as I had the cancer for two years and had no idea”.

Mr Glynn, who works as a welder, was diagnosed after suffering severe pain in his shoulder which left him

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