Jenna Loughran, 37, from Coventry, was diagnosed with stage four triple negative breast cancer in this year, and is heartbroken she has to leave her son behind, who has just turned three.
A heartbroken mum has revealed she has terminal cancer – three years after welcoming her miracle son via IVF.
Jenna Loughran, 37, from Coventry, was diagnosed with triple negative breast cancer after finding a lump on her breast in the shower in December 2020, despite having no family history of the condition.
While she went through various treatments, by May of this year she was told her cancer had returned and that it is terminal.
Now Jenna is doing her best to make memories with her son Theo in the time she has left.
Jenna, who had struggled to conceive, went through two rounds of IVF and was thrilled to give birth to a healthy little boy.
After her diagnosis, Jenna underwent 15 rounds of IV chemotherapy, three weeks of radiotherapy, six months of oral chemotherapy and a single mastectomy with full node clearance.
Source: Mother with terminal cancer wants to make memories with ‘miracle’ son