Sophie Morris is a 37-year-old mother of three.
She started suffering neck pains and headaches, along with tiredness. When she went to her GP, she was reassured that it was her pillow.
But within a few weeks, Ms Morris found out she was actually suffering a deadly brain tumour. She was pregnant at the time.
She had thought the pregnancy, along with long work hours, were causing her to feel ill. Then, her balance and vision started deteriorating. When she went to see her optometrist, she discovered that something had been pushing against her eyes.
She was referred to hospital, where she was told the tumour had been growing for around 15 months.
“I thought we had years of happy memories in front of us all. Now that had all been snatched away from us,” she told The Daily Mail.