Woman who lived with stage 4 bowel cancer for five years and campaigned for better diagnosis dies five days after her 42nd birthday

Beth Purvis, the married mom of two who wrote for the Bishop’s Stortford Unbiased about residing with phase 4 bowel cancer and campaigned for improved prognosis of bowel illnesses, has died.

Beth, of Elsenham, whose Bowel Warrior column in the Indie commenced in Might 2019, handed away peacefully in St Clare Hospice at Hastingwood, around Harlow, early on Saturday morning (June 26).

She died five times right after her 42nd birthday.

Beth Purvis, partner Richard and their children Joe and Abi at Xmas 2020 (48609816)

She leaves her partner Richard – who she explained as “the adore of her existence” – son Joe, thirteen, who attends The Bishop’s Stortford Substantial University, and daughter Abi, eleven, who begins at Herts and Essex Substantial University in September. The children formerly attended Henham and Ugley Major University. She also leaves two brothers and a sister as properly as her dad and mom.


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