The 'Big Brother' Brit celebrity, Jade Goody's latest test reports will be a harbinger for good (or, bad) news. The results will supposedly inform her whether her cancer has spread, and if she can survive it.
Goody, 27, underwent more tests during the weekend amid concerns that secondary tumours might have developed in her kidneys, liver and bowel, and was readmitted to the Royal Marsden Hospital in London three days ago after collapsing at home.
Worried doctors, who have treated Jade since her diagnosis of cervical cancer last August, now fear the disease may have moved through her bloodstream to attack the other areas.
"We fear the situation may have gone from bad to worse," the Sun quoted a family friend as saying.
"Jade has been told to face the fact that the tests might show she will not get through this."
"Her only thoughts are for her boys," the friend stated.
The Big Brother star is said to be in "excruciating pain" following her collapse at her home in Upshire, Essex, on January 30, and doctors have warned her that she faces a very tough fight if secondary tumours are discovered.
She had previously been given a 40 per cent chance of survival.
"Jade is trying to be brave for the boys but inside she is obviously extremely frightened. Her mum is in pieces," the friend added.