Channel 4 documentary showing dissection of Deal mum Toni Crews hailed as ‘groundbreaking and poignant’ TV

By (Rhys Griffiths) A television first which saw the body of a Kent woman dissected on Channel 4 has been hailed as “groundbreaking and poignant” by critics. Toni Crews, a mother-of-two from Deal, was just 30 when she lost a four-year battle with a rare form of cancer which started in her tear duct. Ahead of her death, after her adenocarcinoma returned for a third time in August 2020, Ms Crews decided she would offer her body for dissection by medics and the procedure was last night screened in documentary My Dead Body. The programme was soon trending on Twitter, wh…

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