Teenager, 18, died of stomach cancer after doctors said she was only losing

http://youtu.be/4un1ROOI1_A Teenager, 18, died of stomach cancer after doctors said she was only losing weight because she 'wanted to be a stick insect' http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3102061/Teenager-18-died-stomach-cancer.html An 18-year-old died of stomach cancer after doctors said she was only losing weight because she wanted 'to be a stick insect like most teenage girls'.  Georgia Marrison started vomiting constantly and her weight plummeted by two stone when she was studying for her A-levels, but medics said the symptoms pointed to severe anaemia. Her aggressive cancer went undiagnosed for five months and one doctor even suggested her dramatic weight loss was because the 18-year-old from Rotherham wanted to be 'paper thin'. Georgia's mother Joanne, 51, begged doctors to pay attention to her daughter's symptoms, but when she was finally admitted to hospital in September last year the cancer had already spread to her eye and ovaries. Now Ms Marrison is calling for parents and medics to pay attention to the signs of cancer in teenagers and believes helping others will be justice for Georgia.  She said: 'I'm not saying they could have saved Georgia because the cancer was so aggressive but she was ignored so many times and it was because she was a teenager. This has got to stop.  'One doctor said to her 'Georgia you are looking very pale and I know what you 18-year-old girls are like for wanting to look like stick insects'.