Former child cancer patients denied mortgages and insurance demand ‘right to be forgotten’

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  • Former child cancer patients denied mortgages and insurance demand ‘right to be forgotten’
    Former child cancer patients denied mortgages and insurance demand ‘right to be forgotten’
    Patients who had cancer as children are allowed to stop declaring their condition five years after treatment ends in France People who survive cancer as children face a “life sentence” from financial institutions which require their condition to be declared on all mortgage and insurance applications, a charity has […]
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