She's so brave and stronger than me and she'll keep fighting until there is no fighting left to do.
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(PRWEB) February 22, 2009
AIG supports Jade Goody in her fight against cancer, as her grandfather, John Caddock, declares she is a "battler".
In an interview with the Sun, the 70-year-old from Bermondsey, south London, responded to the latest news that the ex-Big Brother contestant's cervical cancer had spread to her bowel, groin and liver.
Mr Caddock told the paper the information had hit the family very hard and he wished he could make his granddaughter well again.
He commented: "She's so brave and stronger than me and she'll keep fighting until there is no fighting left to do."
Goody's grandfather, who is the father of her mother Jackiey, explained the family is pulling together and making sure her sons are well-looked after during these troubled times.
Mr Caddock concluded he is "stewing" over the fact doctors are not allowing him to go and visit his "beautiful girl" in hospital.
According to the NHS, cervical cancer is most commonly diagnosed in women who are under 35-years-old. This age group may wish to invest in health insurance and have annual smear tests.
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