A Jersey woman is on a mission to raise awareness about a rare type of cancer, after losing part of her hand and finger to the disease.
Twenty-seven-year-old Jessica Minty was diagnosed with Sarcoma in September last year.
Since then she has had five rounds of chemotherapy and five weeks of radiotherapy in an attempt to reduce the tumour.
But it took four years for doctors to accurately diagnose the illness. She told ITV News: "It felt like I was beating my head against a brick wall by the end of it. I was just thinking oh please just help me and tell me what it is even if it is something really terrible, help me so I can move on."
GPs say it's a difficult disease to diagnose.
Sarcoma affects 1% of adult cancer patients and about 15% of young patients.
There are around one hundred different types affecting many areas of the body, such as the soft tissue, bones, nerves and cartilage.
UK charity, Sarcoma UK is raising awareness among GPs and the public, so more people can recognise the signs of sarcoma in the early stages.