New cancer treatments are urgently needed

​​​​​​​When nine-year-old Haylee and seven-year-old Will wake up in the morning, she’s the first person they see. Their amazing, beautiful mum, Gemma.

Haylee and Will need her. But Gemma is frightened.

At the age of 27, Gemma was diagnosed with an extremely aggressive form of breast cancer. It’s been terrifying—for her, husband Scott and, of course, for Haylee and Will.

Women like Gemma just hope that research into new treatments moves forward fast. Because it could be their only chance of seeing their children grow up.

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“I hope to have at least ten years,” says Gemma.

“My children will at least be young adults then. ​​​​​​​

“By then, there could be a new treatment that means I at least have a chance to fight back if my cancer returns”.