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Secondary breast cancer kills 12,000 women each year in the UK. In 2015, it killed 38-year-old wife and mother-of-two Rosie Choueka.
Her final wish was for a charity to be set up to research the disease, in which cancer spreads from the breast to other parts of the body. Secondary1st focuses entirely on raising funds for research.
Finding a cure means a diagnosis is no longer the end: it means people will have more days doing what matters most.
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