A Hull grandmother who has tirelessly campaigned for cancer awareness since her own diagnosis in 2017 is continuing her fight despite her own terminal diagnosis last month.
Sherrie Rhodes, 41, was first diagnosed with breast cancer in July 2017 after she'd noticed two dimples at the side of her right breast.
Throughout her battle, Sherrie has done as much as she can to raise awareness and to educate the world on the symptoms of breast cancer and actually went into remission in 2018.
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Last month however she received the devastating news that her cancer had returned and had spread to other parts of her of body.
Sherrie continues to campaign and now wants more awareness for what is known as metastatic breast cancer which she believes is under-researched and currently doesn't feature in official breast cancer statistics.
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