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How a diving chamber heals damage left by prostate cancer treatment

May 2013

When Andrew Delf was told treatment for his prostate cancer had been successful, he felt an overwhelming sense of relief.

The 47-year-old hospital porter had been diagnosed with the disease in 2010 and had undergone radiotherapy to treat an aggressive tumour.

However, six months after the radiotherapy he had heavy rectal bleeding. His cancer specialist explained this was due to the radiotherapy having damaged blood vessels in his bowel.

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