Sarah Harding has announced that she doesn’t know how many months she has left while she continues battling breast cancer.
The Girls Aloud star admitted that doctors told her Christmas 2020 would likely be her last.
And Sarah found that a new tumor – at the base of her spine or on her brain – means that the disease and its prognosis have “worsened”.
What did Sarah Harding say about her fight against breast cancer?
Sarah made the comments in her new book, Hear Me Out, due out Thursday (March 18).
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Serialized in The timesSarah revealed that she is “afraid” of how the tumor will affect her.
And she’s also ruled out radiation therapy because of her skills because she doesn’t want her hair to fall out.
She said, “For a while it seemed like the chemo was working. But then an MRI scan revealed that I had a different tumor, either at the base of my spine or on my brain. I knew something was going on. It felt like I had been wearing a hat that was too tight for too long. “
Doctors find another tumor
She added that a scan revealed “lesions between my hair and my skin”.
Another scan showed another tumor.
She said this means the spread of the disease has gotten worse, as has my prognosis.
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Sarah added, “This tumor scares me more than anything because I think it affects me the most. I don’t know what it will do, but it’s there. “
For a while it seemed like the chemo was working. But then an MRI scan revealed that I had a different tumor, either at the base of my spine or on my brain.
She said she ruled out radiation therapy because it meant she was going to lose her hair and there were “no guarantees” in the end.
Sarah spoke about her future and said she did not want an accurate forecast.
She said she wasn’t sure why anyone would want this.
Say goodbye to your friends
Now she admitted that it is important to her to feel good and to be as pain-free as possible.
She added that she thinks “if there is a chance I only have six months left,” hair loss wouldn’t change that.
Sarah said she doesn’t want to feel like “the time I’ve been hiding”.
She said, “I’m at a stage now where I don’t know how many months I have left. Who knows, maybe I’ll surprise everyone, but that’s how I see things. “
In the future, Sarah has one last wish – and that is to throw a “big giant” [bleeping] Party”.
She said it was a way to say “thank you and goodbye” to her friends.
Hear Me Out by Sarah Harding will be released by Ebury on March 18th (£ 20).
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