A young woman from West Bromwich has been recognised by the Teenage Cancer Trust for her efforts in supporting other young cancer patients.
Crystal Marshall had to have her lower jaw and half her nose bones removed when she was 18-years-old after contracting bone cancer.
Now, cancer-free, it's gratitude, not sadness that drives her.
She's since turned her efforts to helping other youngsters facing a similar ordeal.
She has recently been recognised by the Teenage Cancer Trust and its royal patrons for her work.
ITV Central's Callum Watkinson went to speak to her: