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Tracey Crouch interview: the former sports minister on her breast cancer treatment and her friend Carrie Symonds | News Review

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‘Sorry, it’s all chaos here. We’ve got the builders in, so I’m hiding in Freddie’s room,” says Tracey Crouch, explaining the wall patterned with sandcastles and blue beach huts behind her. Her son Freddie, 4, is at school; his bedroom is the best working-from-home refuge from the sawing and fumes for the Conservative MP for Chatham and Aylesford.

Crouch, 45, appears unfazed by the domestic disarray at her Kent home — but then her lockdown has thrown more at her than most. In June she discovered she had stage 2B breast cancer. Two operations later and now undergoing chemotherapy, she is bald, clad in a yellow jumper — and cheerful.

“I have a cancer that is incredibly well researched, the treatment is phenomenal and outcomes

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