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Fatigue is a physical and mental response to the stresses and treatments that cancer brings.

After all, there are now an estimated two million survivors in Britain — and more of us are qualifying all the time for this most non-exclusive club.

Survivors confess a range of aftermaths, from fatigue and shock (to be expected) to changes in our approach to the future (some not expected at all).

But Rome had rid itself of its unloved emperor and somehow I would do the same.

Distinguished chemotherapists regretted there was nothing that could shrink him; top surgeons said his removal could not be contemplated until he had been shrunk. Checkmate seemed imminent for me — and in not many moves.

Though cancer is no longer an immediate danger, it might still feel close by. During treatment, you and your medical team are busy doing something about the cancer. Whether they assume you’ll instantly spring back into your normal life or insist on treating you like a fragile flower, it’s common to feel misunderstood. There are certain situations where it’s useful to get angry: it can help you respond quickly to a threat or motivate you to challenge something unfair or make sure your needs are met.

It’s perfectly reasonable, for instance, to be angry if you hear the local chemotherapy suite is closing.

Extracted from The Cancer Survivor’s Companion by Dr Frances Goodhart and Lucy Atkins, published by Piatkus at £14.99. To order a copy for £12.99 (including p&p) call 08.

A book called The Cancer Survivor’s Companion should surely be a best-seller.

It’s far too complex, scary and difficult for mere mortals – so let’s bridge the gap by asking both men and women what doesn’t work when it comes to online dating Dating has gone digital.

Once considered a realm inhabited only by the socially awkward, online dating is now just another tool in the toolbox, no matter whether you’re looking for a hook-up or your soulmate.....

My least expected experience came while I was travelling in Italy in 2008, researching the story of the Spartacus slave rebellion.