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05 March 2024

Woman Googles and diagnoses her own terminal cancer

23-year-old woman given two years to live following her delayed diagnosis. (Facebook/Twitter)

By Staff

Sadly for a woman who was suffering from terminal cancer, Google's diagnosis proved to be more accurate than her doctors.

A 23-year-old woman from Kent in the UK, was suffering from excruciating pain in her stomach. She was initially diagnosed with irritable bowel syndrome.

However, her condition quickly worsened. Finding no relief or assurance from the doctors, Sadie Rance took to the internet for information.

"The result - she showed eight out of nine symptoms of ovarian cancer," reports Asia One.

It was only much later that the doctors found a melon-sized tumour and told her that she had stage four of ovarian cancer.

The young woman has been given two years to live.