Jade Goody goes into hospice
JADE Goody is to spend the weekend at a hospice in Essex.The 27-year-old, who has terminal cancer, is expected to spend three days at St Clare's Hospice in Harlow, Essex.
JADE Goody is to spend the weekend at a hospice in Essex.
The 27-year-old, who has terminal cancer, is expected to spend three days at St Clare's Hospice in Harlow, Essex.
While there, the mother-of-two, who found fame on Big Brother, will be assessed to obtain the correct balance of medication after suffering hallucinations from drugs administered at her home.
Her spokesman Max Clifford said: "Jade went into St Clare's Hospice in Harlow this evening.
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"She went in there because last night after the district nurse had been in the afternoon to administer her drugs she was hallucinating very badly because of the medication.
"She had a bad night because of it. We didn't want the same thing to happen again.
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"She has gone in there for an assessment of the drugs to hopefully get her medication under control.
"She should be in there for three days."
Goody, who has been given just weeks to live after her cervical cancer spread to her liver, groin and bowel, has started making arrangements for her sons Bobby, five, and Freddie, four, to be christened before her death.
The ceremony has been put back to the weekend of March 7 and 8 to make it easier for the boys' friends to attend.