1. Why doctors decided NOT to tell pregnant mum she had rare cancerous tumour  Mirror Online
  2. Mother, 34, was diagnosed with a two-in-a-million cancer after being pregnant flared-up her symptoms  Daily Mail
  3. Mom says pregnancy saved life after emergency appendix surgery revealed rare cancer  Fox News
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Mum-of-two Rachel Avon, 34, from Newport, Wales, did not find out she had had a tumour removed until three months after the life-saving operationMum-of-two Rachel Avon, 34, from Newport, Wales, did not find out she had had a tumour removed until three months after the life-saving operation

Why doctors decided NOT to tell pregnant mum she had rare cancerous tumour - Mirror Online

Rachel Avon, 34, of Newport, was thought to have appendicitis, however, she was actually battling a rare cancer of the appendix, which had been aggravated by her pregnancy.Rachel Avon, 34, of Newport, was thought to have appendicitis, however, she was actually battling a rare cancer of the appendix, which had been aggravated by her pregnancy.

Mother, 34, was diagnosed with a two-in-a-million cancer after being pregnant flared-up her symptoms | Daily Mail Online

Rachel Avon says if it hadn't been for her unborn baby girl, docs wouldn't have spotted her cancerWHEN Rachel Avon started suffering tummy pains at six months’ pregnant she went to see her midwife. She was sent to hospital where doctors told the expectant mum she needed to have her append…

I had a cancerous tumour removed when I was 6 months pregnant - but docs DIDN'T tell me until after my baby was born

A 34-year-old mother of two who underwent surgery for suspected appendicitis says that if it wasn’t for her growing fetus, she would have never known a rare cancer was causing her pain.A 34-year-old mother of two who underwent surgery for suspected appendicitis says that if it wasn’t for her growing fetus, she would have never known a rare cancer was causing her pain.

“I really appreciated the opportunity to address @BrainTumourAA’s patient forum yesterday - to share the story of my own personal experience with brain tumours and to talk about the low survival rate cancers Senate inquiry and my work advocating for brain cancer/tumour patients.”

Catryna Bilyk on Twitter: "I really appreciated the opportunity to address @BrainTumourAA’s patient forum yesterday - to share the story of my own personal experience with brain tumours and to talk about the low survival rate cancers Senate inquiry and my work advocating for brain cancer/tumour patients.… https://t.co/aeDsp5jbUH"