Zoe Winters explains how to check for breast cancer
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Judy Perkins, now 56, was hit with a breast cancer diagnosis back in 2003. Despite the condition being caught at an early stage and treated with a mastectomy, the cancer returned a decade later. This time, she was diagnosed with stage 4 cancer, which means the tumours have spread to other parts of her body, including her liver. However, Judy is now cancer-free.
Judy told The Telegraph: “I pressed my oncologist to give me an estimate of the time I had left. He guessed three years.
“My husband understood the gravity of the situation. My sons, Chris and Charlie, then 13 and 15, had the initial shock as well.”
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