Boyfriend’s heartwarming tribute to cancer-stricken high school sweetheart as he shaves his head to look just like her By Meghan Keneally PUBLISHED: 07:09 GMT, 13 February 2013 | UPDATED: 19:00 GMT, 13 February 2013 A supportive boyfriend shaved his head in solidarity with his girlfriend whose hair began to fall out because of chemotherapy.
Topshop assistant, 24, horrified after 'harmless' scalp lump turns out to be one in 200m cancer Three doctors told Rhianna that the growing lump on her scalp was harmlessAfter it was removed, she was told it was a very rare form of bone cancer affecting just 25 to 30 people worldwideRhianna has been given 3,000 NHS funding to freeze nine of her eggs as her treatment could cause infertility | UPDATED: 16:43 GMT, 28 November 2012 A young woman saw a mystery tiny spot on her head grow to the size of a golf ball – and discovered it was a rare cancer with only 30 cases in the world.
Go Team JB! Celebrities and sports stars show their support for brave 29-year-old battling extremely rare heart cancerJo Bryant, 29, has a cardiac sarcoma heart tumour and was told by doctors that it was terminal and she would not 'be growing old' After the diagnosis Jo's friends formed Team JB – famous faces offering support include Cheryl Cole, Jonny Wilkinson and Prince Harry In February, doctors gave Jo 6-12 months to live, but she decided to have further gruelling chemotherapy – her tumours are shown to have shrunk Jo: 'I will never give up and that is my promise to all my friends and family' | UPDATED: 09:04 GMT, 9 July 2012 Determined: Jo Bryant, 29, from Horncastle in Lincolnshire has a cardiac sarcoma heart tumour When keen sportswoman Jo Bryant began collapsing during short runs on the hockey pitch she knew there was something deeply wrong with her body.
Florence and the Machine fan, 20, who died from cancer is immortalised on single cover of her favourite band Natalie Roberts died from the rare cancer Ewing’s Sarcoma in 2010Her best friend Louise painted her portrait in tribute and it was chosen for a limited edition vinyl cover A young music fan who died from cancer in 2010 has been chosen to appear on the cover of a record by her favourite band Florence and the Machine.
I thought I was pregnant but my 'bump' was a melon-sized TUMOUR Kayleigh Terry now hopes to start a family after recovering from having a melon-sized cancerous tumour A secretary who thought she was pregnant with her first child after piling on the pounds was terrified to discover she actually had cancer. Kayleigh Terry, 21, had also been suffering from pains and fatigue but was bemused when a pregnancy test came back negative.