Hannah Jones: Funding research into brain tumours

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A teenager from Lancashire has raised more than £160,000 for research into brain tumours - and defied the doctors who said she would never make it to university.

Hannah Jones was diagnosed with a brain tumour aged 15. It was later discovered the tumour was cancerous.

Since then, the 19-year-old has launched her own charity to raise awareness and funds by selling "Hannah's Hoodies".

Ellie Crisell reports.

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