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Mum-to-be faced with agonising choice of aborting her unborn child to start chemotherapy or failing from cancer

A MUM-to-be was faced with the agonising choice of aborting her baby to start chemotherapy or losing her own life .

Tasha Trafford was 16 weeks into her pregnancy when she was told that a singular bone cancer she suspicion was under control had returned.

 Tasha Trafford was faced with the distressing choice of gripping her baby or undergoing chemotherapy
Tasha Trafford was faced with the distressing choice of gripping her baby or undergoing chemotherapy

The 33-year-old was told she was transparent of Ewing’s Sarcoma and had had an bud which had been solidified implanted.

The first egg ingrained took and she was gay to learn that she was going to be a mother.

But then she was given the unthinkable choice of finale her pregnancy to start chemotherapy true divided or losing her life.

The helper opted to continue with her pregnancy and tragically lost her life, Wales Online reports.

She pronounced at the time: “Doing anything that competence mistreat my unborn baby would be unthinkable”.

 Tasha, seen here at her marriage with her father Dai, opted to keep her baby and spent 11 months with her son before she lost her life to a singular form of bone cancer
Tasha, seen here at her marriage with her father Dai, opted to keep her baby and spent 11 months with her son before she lost her life to a singular form of bone cancer

Her baby, Cooper, arrived on Dec 12, 2015.

Tasha got to share 11 months with him before she died on Nov 12, 2016.

She had set herself goals to reach, and she was unfortunate to see her son spin one.

Her father Dai Gllivan, from Swansea said: “She knew what was happening but we didn’t pronounce about it much. It was a really prolonged illness and was impossibly tough for Tasha.”

The day she died he had been due to fly out to Africa to finish a gift stand of Kilimanjaro for Tenovus Cancer Care.

But month before, having seen his daughter’s condition deteriorate, he motionless to palm his place over to Tasha’s hermit David.

 This year Dai is finally going on the trek he had designed but didn't go on since his daughter was so sincerely ill
This year Dai is finally going on the trek he had designed but didn’t go on since his daughter was so sincerely ill

He was sat in the airport when Dai called to tell him his sister had died.

He continued with the trek in her memory and opportunely had been means to see his sister the day before he left for the trek.

This year, Dai will finish the trek in his daughter’s memory.

“It’s going to be a good eventuality and my son wants me to do it since he wants to share the same knowledge as him.”


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