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Kerry Harvey on This Morning

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Madamecastafiore Wed 12-Feb-14 11:44:48

WTAF is the world coming to when someone sends a poor woman with terminal cancer death threats for saying she wishes she was suffering with a cancer that gave her a better chance if survival and had a more funding for treatment and research.

It's shocking. How can anyone not understand the message she is trying to get across and understand her suffering?

Sorry I'm not being very eloquent and just ranting a bit but things like this make me question what is happening to people these days not to feel sympathy before anger or hate?

Grumbliest Wed 12-Feb-14 11:50:43

I felt for her too, when i saw the tag line, I knew what she was trying to say straight away.. It in her view is a lesser of 2 evils and seeing her image made me so sympathetic. It's true some people lack humanity

WeAreDetective Wed 12-Feb-14 12:07:28

I completely agree. Thought what she said was brave, honest and utterly sad

Nospringchickendipper Wed 12-Feb-14 18:46:10

I watched this interview and was in tears.I don't think anyone who saw or listened to her could feel anything but sympathy for her.

I understood the message she was trying to get across and to all the people who sent a dying woman death threats I wish you would take a long hard look at what kind of person you are.

Wishfulmakeupping Wed 12-Feb-14 18:47:30

She's such a strong brave person how anyone can send her abuse at this time is beyond disgusting

WeAreDetective Wed 12-Feb-14 18:49:28

The sigh she let out when someone said that it would have been better to wish for not having cancer at all... Was heart breaking.

SinisterBuggyMonth Wed 12-Feb-14 23:35:32

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

Its0kToBeMe Thu 13-Feb-14 10:35:11

Utterly ridiculous. I can't believe the abuse she has suffered. But I do think she has heightened awareness of pancreatic cancer. She has been very brave.

Nospringchickendipper Thu 13-Feb-14 15:32:43

I was shocked to find out that the survival rate is only 3% By the time it is diagnosed it is usually to late .

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