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Entertainment Emmerdale star Leah Bracknell reveals she's 'passed the two-year mark' from the day she was diagnosed with stage 4 cancer - 14 months longer than she was expected to live

02:35  11 october  2018
02:35  11 october  2018 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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Leah Bracknell , 54, reveals she was diagnosed with cancer two years ago. Stage 4 lung cancer typically carries an average life expectancy of eight Emmerdale star Leah Bracknell , pictured on Lorraine in December 2017, revealed she has lived 14 months longer than she was expected to .

Bracknell reveals she ' s ' passed the two - year mark ' from the day she was diagnosed with stage 4 cancer - 14 Mother-of-two revealed she was also self-treating with homemade cannabis oil. Emmerdale star Leah Bracknell revealed she has lived 14 months longer than was expected

Leah Bracknell © Shutterstock Leah Bracknell Emmerdale star Leah Bracknell revealed she has lived 14 months longer than was expected when she was diagnosed with stage 4 lung cancer in 2016. 

The 54-year-old wrote on her blog how she recently 'passed the two-year mark' from the day she was given the diagnosis, which typically carries a 'frighteningly brief' average life expectancy of just eight months. 

'I wonder, did I think two years ago that I would still be here?,' she asked. 'The first doctors I saw certainly didn’t have much faith. Did I? 

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Emmerdale actress Leah Bracknell has revealed that she has outlived the life expectancy doctors predicted after her terminal lung cancer diagnosis in September 2016. Giving an update on her blog, Something Beginning with C, Leah wrote: "I have just passed the two - year mark from the day on

FORMER Emmerdale actress Leah Bracknell and written a moving ' cancer manifesto' following her devastating diagnosis. The star has already defied odds after revealing last year that she had lived 14 months longer than was expected after being diagnosed with stage 4 lung cancer in 2016.

Leah Bracknell wearing a costume posing for the camera: Emmerdale star Leah Bracknell, pictured on Lorraine in December 2017, revealed she has lived 14 months longer than she was expected to after being diagnosed with stage 4 lung cancer  © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Emmerdale star Leah Bracknell, pictured on Lorraine in December 2017, revealed she has lived 14 months longer than she was expected to after being diagnosed with stage 4 lung cancer

'How, I ask, am I still here? How have I managed to surpass my expiry date? 

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LEAH BRACKNELL has revealed she is writing a book about her experience after the Emmerdale actress was diagnosed with terminal stage 4 lung cancer in In October, Leah said she had been told her cancer was “stable”. Having been signed up to a medical trial, she informed fans on her blog

Emmerdale star Leah Bracknell was diagnosed with terminal cancer two years ago, and has marked the milestone with a lengthy The celebration is muted, one of relief rather than champagne and fireworks. But it is without doubt the most positive news to come my way in almost a year."

'Am I a survivor? No, I am much more than that, I am a cancer thriver. Survival relates to statistics and time. Thriving is all about quality of life.'

Bracknell has spoken publicly about how she has sought alternative therapies to treat her terminal condition. 

Leah Bracknell looking at the camera: Bracknell, pictured on TV a month after her diagnosis, has spoken publicly about how she has sought alternative therapies and recently revealed she has been self-treating with cannabis oil © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Bracknell, pictured on TV a month after her diagnosis, has spoken publicly about how she has sought alternative therapies and recently revealed she has been self-treating with cannabis oil

In the blog post, titled Cannabis and Me: Breaking the Law, she reveals she is making cannabis oil at home to slow the progress of cancer, saying it is 'as easy as baking a cake'. 

The actress, best known for playing Zoe Tate on the TV soap, is also taking part in a clinical trial. Results from the first phase of the trial revealed the cancer is 'stable'. 

She wrote: 'The writing on the wall two years ago was very different given that the statistics, as out of date as they are for stage 4 lung cancer, predict a frighteningly brief median survival time of 8 months..

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In October 2018, Leah revealed she had already defied the odds and lived 14 months longer than was expected when she was diagnosed with stage 4 cancer . Leah recently ' passed the two - year mark ' from the day she was diagnosed , which carries a 'frighteningly brief' average life expectancy

Leah Bracknell has revealed she has lived for 16 months longer than doctors predicted following her terminal lung cancer diagnosisCredit: Rex Features. Speaking honestly about her illness, she wrote: “I have just passed the two - year mark from the day on which I received a diagnosis of stage

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'When you think you have nothing to lose and everything to gain, one's relationship with risk becomes considerably less cautious.

'Making the oil at home from the plant is as easy as baking a cake. I have been using it as a vital component of healing. Stopping in recent months for the trial. I do not believe I would be here without it.'

Leah Bracknell et al. posing for the camera: The actress, best known for playing Zoe Tate on the TV soap (right), is also taking part in a clinical trial. Results from the first phase of the trial revealed the cancer is 'stable'  © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited The actress, best known for playing Zoe Tate on the TV soap (right), is also taking part in a clinical trial. Results from the first phase of the trial revealed the cancer is 'stable' The mother-of-two was diagnosed with terminal stage four lung cancer in 2016.

The star who played Zoe Tate suddenly felt breathless while climbing stairs and her abdomen swelled up, but she saw four GPs in 10 days before she was finally taken to A&E. 

She was diagnosed with inoperable and incurable cancer and started targeted biological therapy on the NHS to prolong her life.

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Terminal lung cancer -stricken Emmerdale star Leah Bracknell pins her hopes on a 'miracle cure' almost three Back in October of last year, Leah told fans she lived 14 months longer than was expected when she She wrote on her blog about how she recently ' passed the two - year mark '

Emmerdale actress Leah Bracknell blasts the meals she ' s been served in hospital. Leah Bracknell revealed on Friday that she hopes for an 'impossible miracle' in her battle with terminal lung Back in October of last year , Leah told fans she lived 14 months longer than was expected when she was

In August 2017, the actress and yoga teacher revealed the treatment had stopped working and that she was relying on alternative treatments such as plant-based healing oils and sessions in an infrared sauna.  

She admitted she used oil 'high in THC' every day since leaving the hospital two years ago.

a close up of a green knife: Ms Braknell says making the oil is 'as easy as baking a cake' to make and has improved her quality of life. File photo © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Ms Braknell says making the oil is 'as easy as baking a cake' to make and has improved her quality of life. File photo Those caught with cannabis can be imprisoned for up to five years, moving up to 14 if caught with intent to supply. 

The Home Office set up a panel in July to asses patients with 'exceptional need' for cannabis oil.

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