A woman has shared her heartbreak of being forced to fight her aggressive cancer battle alone while her husband is stranded on the other wide of the world due to coronavirus border closures.
Juliet Wilson is in the fight of her life after she was diagnosed with stage three breast cancer on New Year's Eve, which has since spread to her lymph nodes.
Despite being fully vaccinated and booked to fly to Australia within days, the federal government has rejected countless applications to allow him to entry the country on compassionate grounds.
Ms Wilson will undergo a double mastectomy and surgery to remove her lymph nodes next month and will be unable to use her arms for up to six weeks afterwards.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
She requires a full-time carer and broke down in tears at the prospect of going through post-operation recovery alone.
Juliet Wilson (right) is desperate to have her husband David Macneill (left) by her side as she battles an aggressive breast cancer
'It has been difficult enough dealing with chemotherapy by myself, the days I can't stand up or have to crawl upstairs to get to the bathroom' Ms Wilson told A Current Affair.
'The idea, that I was facing recovery from my surgery without David here was horrific.
'I won't actually be able to lift my arms, so being able to get myself dressed, shower, prepare food - even go and do the shopping won't be possible, and I'm going to need someone to look after me full-time.'
The couple recently had their fourth application rejected, despite tying the knot in an online wedding ceremony in May and providing pages of evidence such as records of shared finances and wills naming each other as the beneficiary.
Ms Wilson explained that the moment she learnt her husband couldn't come to Australia was 'the day that nearly broke her'.
International borders have been closed since March 2020, making it exceptionally difficult for even Australian citizens to fly home, made even worse by the recent slashing of arrival caps.
Meanwhile Mr Macneill is desperate to be at his wife's side.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
Juliet Wilson is distraught at the prospect of not having her husband by her side when she undergoes surgery next month
'I want to be there, and we're trying to do everything we can to make that happen but it just seems like we're hitting roadblocks every on every