A care house worker incorrectly diagnosed with cancer says she thought it was a” harsh joke “when she was informed there had been a mistake.
Mum-of-four Janice Johnston stated her” world fell apart “when she learned she had an uncommon kind of blood cancer at Kent and Canterbury Health Center in2017
After her diagnosis she sustained18 months of oral chemotherapy treatment, during which she was said to have experienced weight reduction, nausea and bone discomfort, to the level that she gave up her task as a nurse.
When the treatment did not seem working, medics reportedly increased the dose and in2018 she looked for alternative treatment at Man’s Health center in London, the BBC reports.
It existed that an expert told her she did not have cancer at all however a different condition.
Mrs Johnston, 53, informed the BBC: “The cancer diagnosis was an outright shock. They said my life expectancy would be shortened.