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Sophie Jones (live in Eastham - a village in Wirral, UK) passed away on . Before that, she had severe stomach pain and has asked doctors smears cancer cells. However, doctors said she was too young (under 25) should not have the ability to cervical cancer should have refused it. Doctors diagnosed her with Crohn's disease - an inflammatory bowel disease.
But when the pain worsened, she was admitted to hospital and diagnosed with cancer, the cancer cells have spread throughout the body.
The 19-year-old model died of cervical cancer because doctors do not have a Pap test 1
Sophie Jones, a 19-year-old model was beloved friends.
Family and her friends came up with an online petition to the British Parliament in order to reduce the desire shorten test for cervical cancer from 25 to 16 Pamela Keelan, a friend of the family Sophie said she hoped in this way can help other girls avoid the same fate as Sophie. In the UK the age limit for testing cancer by age 25 is less than 25 years old, the disease is rare.
"Sophie told she was too young to be suffering from cervical cancer , but then she was diagnosed too late " , Pamela Keelan said.
No girl under the age of 20 died of the disease from 2009-2011, according to Cancer Research UK. This means Sophie is one of the youngest victims of the disease.
Sophie's sister, Steph, has stated publicly about his brother's death: "She was the life and soul of everything. She has a positive impact on people and many dear friends. article This will not happen to her if diagnosed in time. " "Sophie was very resilient against disease, even in the morning she lost," Steph said.
The 19-year-old model died of cervical cancer because doctors do not have a Pap test 2
Sophie pictures at the hospital, when the cancer cells have spread throughout the body by not diagnosed promptly.
Online petitions from the issue of Sophie (whose name is Sophie's Choice - Sophie's Choice) is supported by MPs and had collected 225,000 signatures since it began on Saturday.
A spokesman for the Labour Health Organization Luciana Berger said: "Women can test cervical cells at any age if your doctor says it is necessary to make the diagnosis. therefore we to understand what went wrong in this case to ensure such a tragedy does not happen again. "
Sophie's mother, Peri Cawley, 47-year-old daughter's hands when she died, but could not bear to look at my face. "I can not see when the last breath supply. holding hands and I never can say goodbye to Sophie because it will always be with me. If we can do something to make sure this does not happen to others Sophie's death will not be in vain, " she said Peri .