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Recovering from breast cancer isn’t just about surgery, chemotherapy and radiotherapy – it’s also important to maintain your movement, especially around the shoulder, so that you can get back to a fairly normal life. Meet our lovely patient Jill, who’s managing just that.
This week, we explore the science behind the hormones of acute and chronic stress – adrenaline, noradrenaline and cortisol. How do they work, when do they help us – and when do they become a problem?