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''I don't want my life to end': TV star Sarah Cawood, 51, sobs over 'fear' cancer has returned

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TV star Sarah Cawood admitted she's terrified her cancer has come back in a heartbreaking social media video. The Girly Show star, 51, was diagnosed with stage one breast cancer in 2022 after a routine mammogram.

She underwent a lumpectomy followed by radiotherapy and long-term hormone treatment. In 2023, Sarah found another lump in her breast, posting on Instagram: "Once you've had cancer, you worry about it coming back all the time." The mum-of-two is now worried the cancer has returned after undergoing a mammogram, as she shared an emotional clip of herself crying next to her 12-year-old son, reports the Mirror. READ MORE Is Stephanie Davis now engaged?

She fuels rumours after posting "family" picture with Jeremy McConnell Wiping her eyes, Sarah explained she has an appointment but hopes there is nothing to worry about.

She shared: "I got a text today telling me I have an appointment on Tuesday... I had a mammogram two weeks ago, but I also told the breast care nurses I was concerned about some marks on my other boob, so I don't know whether this appointment is about that (which has already disappeared) or my mammogram." "I'm sure it's the latter, but the fact it's a bank holiday weekend and the appointment is so soon has me all kinds of anxious.

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