People often feel lonely, but none more so than those touched by cancer. Whether it be those who might die, or the ones left behind, many will see their friends and neighbours drift away. As if unable to find the right words, the unaffected will suddenly have other, more important things to do. Being touched by cancer can bring about an overwhelming feeling of despair. For those living alone, many will find themselves socially isolated.
For his panel, "Feeling Cancer",  Michael was enrolled as a Fellow of The Royal Photographic Society of Great Britain (FRPS).
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