The first patient to be treated in North Devons brand new chemotherapy unit says the new building makes all the difference.Janet James, 60, has been receiving cancer treatment at North Devon District Hospital since she discovered she had breast cancer in August 2011. She said: I had chemotherapy at the old unit it was very small and although the nurses were very good, they were so busy there. Here it is light and airy; and if youre hooked up to a machine for an intravenous treatment you can get up and move around. Before, we were all squashed into a little room with three of us in but this is much more open. Janet, who has been married to her husband Andrew for 40 years, first discovered a lump in 2011, and has since received chemotherapy and radiotherapy. Although her cancer has spread to her liver and back, and the diagnosis is terminal, Janet, from Landkey, maintains an optimistic view. I know Im not going to get any better, but its just how long I have I want to make the most of it, she said. Janet was handed a bouquet of flowers when she arrived for her chemotherapy treatment on Monday. She added: I think it is going to make a huge difference to patients.