The reality TV star is desperate to spend her remaining days at home in Essex with sons Freddie, 4, and Bobby, 5.
'Someone from the Royal Marsden who will administer the epidural and pain control,' rep Max Clifford tells The Sun.
'A nurse will spend two or three days at home with her, teaching Macmillan nurses how to deal with the epidural and Jade's pain relief.'
But Jade, who is married to Jack Tweed, 21, is determined to keep fighting until the very end.
'I was given a death sentence, but I didn't let it kill me,' she tells OK!
'I fought it, got married, got christened. I'm happy. I've achieved more in just 27 years than some achieve in their lifetime. I could bitch about dying young, but at the end of the day, I can look back on my life and be proud of what I've done.'
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