Met Officer fighting for life-saving treatment

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Met Officer fighting for life-saving treatment

After being diagnosed with a rare and aggressive form of breast cancer, Jade Goffin, a mother and police officer from West London, thought her treatment had worked.


She returned to work at the start of the year after being given the all clear - but by the Spring a persistent headache and a scan revealed several tumours on her brain.


Her friends and family and now raising funds to try and get her specialist treatment in America.


Jade is with us along with her mum Helen Rayner.


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