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,
This interview by Claire O'Reilly first appeared in The Sun on 12th July in the 'me' supplement.
ELLIOT Choueka has launched the UK’s first charity to fund research into secondary breast cancer after losing wife Rosie,
This article was first published in the Times (15 July) and is written by Chris Smyth.
Thousands of patients with incurable cancer are condemned to second-rate care, a report today warns.
Patients are ignored by doctors, suffer
A breast cancer charity launched this week in memory of a mum-of-two who succumbed to the disease.
Rosie Choueka died in June last year aged 38, after losing her battle against breast cancer. In her memory,