Sally Roberts has said that she has never doubted what she is doing for Neon is the right thing to do, asked if she has ever doubted herself she said, "no, I haven't".
Speaking on ITV Daybreak she was asked if is extraordinary to have never doubted her fight to stop Neon's radiotherapy:
It's not extraordinary considering what I've dug up and the research and all the support that's coming through from so many people - more in support than not.
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