Wendy Minett: "I lost my daughter a few years ago. They never mentioned the word cancer - I'm not sure what the reasoning was. When we found out, I said to Helen, 'Terrible news, isn't it? I wasn't expecting that.' She said, 'No, neither was I.' It wasn't really something we had talked about between ourselves. The last couple of weeks, she rapidly declined. I had just said goodnight to her and she went to sleep and she died. I think she died peacefully and I was glad for that, and that she was here at home. I think people found it hard to know what to say, when she was poorly, or even afterwards. I understand it's difficult but it helped a lot when people came round for a chat. I like to talk about Helen. I like to think that she is still around me in some ways; she is still with me. She is with all of us."