lynda bellingham cancer

Undergoing cancer treatment and living with or beyond cancer is no mean feat. It can take single-minded determination to deal with treatment and its side effects, as well as life-long uncertainty and a roller coaster of unexpected mixed emotions.
Lynda Bellingham's husband has revealed that the actress blamed 'Loose Women' for ruining her acting career. READ MORE: Lynda
Denise Welch read out a self-penned poem to her friend and former 'Loose Women' colleague Lynda Bellingham at her funeral
Christopher Biggins was one of the first to arrive at the funeral in Somerset Speaking to The Mirror, Biggins explained: “It's
Sadly, as we know, Lynda died before she got the chance to have her last Christmas, but a new Facebook campaign - which has
Like no doubt others before and after her will make very personal and difficult choices, I get the impression Lynda Bellingham managed to make peace with cancer and herself. Perhaps we need peace to make truly positive life changing and life enhancing choices, especially when they are about our death.
Lynda Bellingham didn’t get to spend the last Christmas with her family that she so badly wanted, but a new campaign means
Lynda Bellingham's decision to end chemotherapy treatment would've given her a huge "sense of empowerment", according to
'Loose Women' fans have been paying tribute to Lynda Bellingham, who has died at the age of 66. Fans of the ITV daytime show
LIKE US ON FACEBOOK | FOLLOW US ON TWITTER The final ad in 1999 saw Lynda enjoying a 'last supper' with her family before