Sarah Harding. Reflecting … Sarah Harding marked the milestone of reaching her dream from last summer. Sarah, 39, revealed she had been battling breast cancer in … The Girls Aloud star, 39, has achieved a remarkable feat by writing … Sarah Harding has revealed she went public with her devastating cancer diagnosis to warn those who may be delaying doctor visits amid the COVID-19 … Sarah… By Andrea Tonks PUBLISHED: 08:22, Fri, Mar 19, 2021 Sarah Harding, who has breast cancer, has revealed doctors have told her she won't see another Christmas. Girls Aloud singer Sarah Harding has been diagnosed with breast cancer, which she says has spread to other parts of her body. Sarah Harding has revealed she almost died of sepsis and had to be put in a coma for two weeks following her breast cancer diagnosis. Sarah Harding - Blown Away: Sarah Harding takes on Virgin Media's High Speed Selfie - a 270mph photo booth experience created to mark the start of its fibre broadband expansion across the UK. Former Girls Aloud singer Sarah Harding has opened up about how she initially dismissed pain in her body before being diagnosed with breast cancer. Girls Aloud singer Sarah Harding is opening up about her battle with breast cancer — and how she may tragically never enjoy another holiday season. Sarah Harding has revealed she was in “denial” about the pain in her body before discovering she had breast cancer.. And the Girls Aloud singer has admitted she nearly died in hospital with sepsis before she started chemotherapy.. Sarah was in agony before reluctantly seeking urgent medical help, initially having dismissed the pain as a cyst. SARAH HARDING has said that her cancer treatment might have "killed any chance" she had of having children of her own. Harding shot to fame in 2002 as a contestant on ITV's Popstars: The Rivals. But the 39-year-old soon realised something … The former Girls Aloud singer announced last year she had the disease, which had spread to other parts of her body. Sarah Harding was told by a doctor that Christmas 2020 “would probably be her last” following her breast cancer diagnosis. Writing on Twitter, the … Tumours in Sarah Harding's brain and lung have shrunk with treatment, following her breast cancer diagnosis last year.