Louise had cancer four times in 2 years at the age of 14 and survived. Having had a titanium prosthesis in her arm and then losing one third of one lung and half of the other it returned to the original site resulting in large skin grafts on her shoulder. She struggled through her last years at school and went on to work in the Radiotherapy Department at Adenbrooks hospital where she qualified as an Assistant Practitioner working with and helping victims of Cancer. At 26 she walked away from a good salary and now 28 is at Ipswich University completing the second year of her radiotherapy degree. In her spare time she works tirelessly with a local team raising money for Saffron Walden TCT (Teenage Cancer Trust) and in the past 3 years the team has raised over £160,000 towards the new TCT ward at Adenbrooks hospital. Louise had dedicated her life into helping people come to terms with and treat the disease that tried so hard to kill her. Please give her something in her life other than cancer.