You might not think that cancer is a subject that would be suitable for humour, but one woman from Carlisle has written a play about the human side of breast cancer.
Carol Donockley wrote Bosom Pals based on the experiences of someone who went through a partial breast removal.
Her play has been filmed and Carol hopes it will inspire and amuse those coping with cancer.
Matthew Taylor reports.
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