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Kelsey Parker reveals husband Tom was given just three weeks to live after cancer diagnosis

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The brave widow of Tom Parker, Kelsey, has spoken out about the terrifying moment when their medical team first believed he had just three weeks left to live after being diagnosed with a rare brain tumour.Tom, our beloved Bolton-born boy from pop sensation group The Wanted, tragically lost his battle to brain cancer on 30th March 2022 at aged 33.

Brave Kelsey, who recently opened up to OK! on dealing with the anniversary, is now raising their two young children Aurelia and Bodhi solo since the heartbreak.

Speaking candidly about her journey and loss, Kelsey guest appeared on GB News where she took the opportunity to urge the NHS to inject more funding towards the fight against brain tumours.

She explained how adjusting aspects of Tom's lifestyle served him an extended lease on life, a surprising 18 months longer than his initial prognosis.

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