'I have stage four cancer but avoided chemotherapy'

A new gene testing service in Wales will see cancer patients live longer without needing chemotherapy.

Kate Molton, who was diagnosed with stage four lung cancer, tested positive to receive other therapies.

"I tested positive through genetic analysis to be able to be treated by targeted therapy in the form of a tablet that you take every day," she said.

"And it means you don't have to have chemotherapy."