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'She fought her battle so bravely right until the end...' Beloved mum who showed no symptoms dies aged 46

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A beloved mum-of-one who was diagnosed with cancer after initially showing no symptoms has died. Helen Copping first fell ill after discovering a tiny lump on her left breast during an examination while lying down.

The 46-year-old, from the Milnrow area of Rochdale, decided to visit her doctor and was fast-tracked to a local clinic for a mammogram X-ray. READ MORE: 'I thought I had a headache - days later doctors told me I was about to die' Sadly, following further tests, Helen was diagnosed with breast cancer just two days later at the age of 37.

The mum displayed no other symptoms and had no history of breast cancer in her family. Helen underwent surgery following her diagnosis in September 2016 before starting chemotherapy and radiotherapy treatment.

Once her sessions were over, Helen was given medication to take and stayed in remission for five years. But her life would be thrown into turmoil once more when she fell and hurt her hip while out walking her dogs.

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