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Tuesday, October 2, 2012

Poster girl for cancer charity dies: Sophie, 21, campaigned to warn others after doctors said she was 'too young' to get the disease

By DAILY MAIL REPORTER

Talented student: Sophie was chosen as a poster girl for the Cleveland College of Art and Design following her successful training there

The parents of a young woman who died of breast cancer aged 21 are carrying on their daughter’s message that the disease can strike at any age.
Sophie Cutts, from Skelton, Cleveland, lost her nine-month battle with breast cancer on September 14.
Initially doctors reassured her family that she was ‘too young’ for breast cancer, but was later diagnosed with the disease and underwent a mastectomy, chemotherapy treatment and had lymph nodes removed.

'Special to so many people': Sophie Cutts died from breast cancer aged 21 after doctors reassured her family that she was 'too young' for breast cancer

Before her death, Sophie became an ambassador for a cancer charity warning others that the disease could develop at any time.
Now her family are fulfilling her final wish by raising awareness of the disease among young people.
Sophie was looking forward to a career as a traditional screen printer after showing exceptional talent as a textiles design student at Heriot-Watt University in Galashiels.

Getting the message across: Sophie, pictured with boyfriend Paul Thompson, became an ambassador for a cancer charity before her death to warn others the disease could develop at any time

She was chosen as a poster girl for the Cleveland College of Art and Design following her successful training there and she was also planning a idyllic life in the country with devoted partner Paul Thompson, 24.
Sophie’s mum Tracy 48, said despite the tragic diagnosis, her daughter had 'no regrets' and felt lucky to have enjoyed the time she had with her beloved family, including dad Craig, 49, brother Jake, 17, and Paul.

Spreading the word: Sophie's family including (l-r) her brother Jacob, father Craig, mother Tracy and boyfriend Paul Thompson now want fulfil her final wish by raising awareness of the disease among young people

She also thanked her parents 'for everything they had done for her' in the final hours before she slipped peacefully away in hospital.
Her mum and dad said they feel 'proud' to have had her in their lives.
And they are determined her legacy will live on - by warning others that breast cancer can strike at any age.
Tracy said: 'Sophie is so special to so many people. Everyone was looking forward to seeing her go on and make a success of her life.

source: dailymail



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