Teenager Jemima Gazley donates her life savings and BRAIN to cancer researcher ...

Teenager Jemima Gazley donates her life savings and BRAIN to cancer researcher ...
Teenager Jemima Gazley donates her life savings and BRAIN to cancer researcher ...
How a selfless teenager, 15, who is died of cancer has donated her BRAIN and life savings to a researcher who hopes he can find a cure to the disease that also killed his daughter at just four Jemima Winter Belle Gazley, 15, was diagnosed with brain cancer in February Diffuse intrinsic pontine glioma (DIPG) is fatal, with a nine to 12 month prognosis In her final weeks of life, she worked to raise money for researcher Dr Matt Dun Dr Dun has been searching for a cure after losing daughter Josie to DIPG in 2019  When she died, Jemima donated her savings, brain, and raised over $700,000 

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A teenager has given her brain and life savings to a cancer researcher after she died in hope he can find a cure for the disease that also claimed his young daughter. 

Jemima Winter Belle Gazley, 15, from Wellington, was rushed to hospital in February after suffering from a sudden headache and vomiting. 

Days later she was diagnosed with diffuse intrinsic pontine glioma, or DIPG - a fatal tumour in the brain stem - and told she had nine to 12 months left to live. 

As the New Zealand teenager battled to prolong her life, she met experts from around the world - including Australian Dr Matt Dun - who has worked tirelessly to find a cure after losing his four-year-old daughter Josie to the same disease in 2019. 

Jemima Winter Belle Gazley, 15, has donated her life savings and brain to cancer research after dying from diffuse intrinsic pontine glioma

Jemima Winter Belle Gazley, 15, has donated her life savings and brain to cancer research after dying from diffuse intrinsic pontine glioma

The Wellington teenager was diagnosed with the fatal brain cancer in February after suffering from a sudden headache and vomiting

The Wellington teenager was diagnosed with the fatal brain cancer in February after suffering from a sudden headache and vomiting

In the last two weeks of Jemima's life, she had one wish - to raise money for Dr Dun's ongoing research to 'make this cancer history'. 

'Hey people, this is my life savings let's hope with my money and yours Matt Dun can find a cure for this horrible

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