Faye Fantarrow fundraiser given singer 'a chance at life'

By December 5, 2022Entertainment

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A singer diagnosed with cancer for a third time says she will never be able to express how grateful she is for the public giving her a "chance at life".
Faye Fantarrow, from Sunderland, was twice diagnosed with leukaemia as a child and found out in August she had a rare and aggressive brain tumour.
A fundraising page set up for her treatment has exceeded £180,000, with Eurythmics musician Dave Stewart – who has been mentoring Faye – pledging £50,000 towards the procedure.
The 20-year-old has been accepted on a medical trial only available in California, which costs about £450,000.
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