Brave Mum Refuses Abortion

A brave young mother diagnosed with lung cancer aged just 21 and five months pregnant refused doctors advice to abort her baby so they could save her own life. Daniella Jackson was told she had a slow-growing tumour in her left lung shortly before discovering she was pregnant with her second child. Doctors told Daniella, who has never smoked a cigarette in her life, that they urgently needed to remove the 4cm lung tumour – a type usually found in people over 60.

A brave young mother diagnosed with lung cancer aged just 21 and five months pregnant refused doctors advice to abort her baby so they could save her own life. Daniella Jackson was told she had a slow-growing tumour in her left lung shortly before discovering she was pregnant with her second child. Doctors told Daniella, who has never smoked a cigarette in her life, that they urgently needed to remove the 4cm lung tumour - a type usually found in people over 60.

A brave young mother diagnosed with lung cancer aged just 21 and five months pregnant refused doctors advice to abort her baby so they could save her own life. Daniella Jackson was told she had a slow-growing tumour in her left lung shortly before discovering she was pregnant with her second child. Doctors told Daniella, who has never smoked a cigarette in her life, that they urgently needed to remove the 4cm lung tumour - a type usually found in people over 60.

A brave young mother diagnosed with lung cancer aged just 21 and five months pregnant refused doctors advice to abort her baby so they could save her own life. Daniella Jackson was told she had a slow-growing tumour in her left lung shortly before discovering she was pregnant with her second child. Doctors told Daniella, who has never smoked a cigarette in her life, that they urgently needed to remove the 4cm lung tumour - a type usually found in people over 60.

A brave young mother diagnosed with lung cancer aged just 21 and five months pregnant refused doctors advice to abort her baby so they could save her own life. Daniella Jackson was told she had a slow-growing tumour in her left lung shortly before discovering she was pregnant with her second child. Doctors told Daniella, who has never smoked a cigarette in her life, that they urgently needed to remove the 4cm lung tumour - a type usually found in people over 60.