This is the heartwarming moment a police detective danced alongside her moving car to celebrate completing her last chemotherapy session.
Mum-of-two Lisa Coxon, 35, was diagnosed with triple negative breast cancer last August.
The Staffordshire Police DC faced eight rounds of chemotherapy over six months to beat the condition.
And to celebrate completing her final session last week, she filmed herself stepping out of a moving car to do a dance routine, looking cool in her leather jacket and shades.
The stunt was filmed by her brother Tom Taylor, 30, who was in the backseat of the car being by a family friend, in her bubble, on a private road.
Lisa from Tean, Staffordshire, said it was a substitute for a “ringing the bell” to signify the end of her chemotherapy which couldn’t take place because of Covid.
She said: “When I was diagnosed, the odds were stacked against me because I have such a rare form of breast cancer.
“It was a very difficult time, made more difficult by lockdown, but I got through it with my family by my side.
“I wanted to film that video as my “ringing the bell” moment – a bit of fun to keep spirits high and mark the occasion before I move onto the next chapter.
“Despite the challenges, I’ve always tried to face the situation with a positive attitude and remain strong – and this was no different!”
Lisa, who lives with engineer husband Jordan Coxon, 37, and their two sons Jax, five, and Ace, 18 months, was diagnosed after she found a lump under her arm.
Initially she was told her rare form of cancer may be resistant to treatment and felt “the odds were stacked against her” when she began chemotherapy weeks later.
She said the six month course of treatment was “worse than anything I’ve ever experienced before”.
She added: “On top of that, I had to go through it on my own because of Covid, so it was a really tough time overall.”
Lisa completed her final session on March 5 but couldn’t “ring the bell” to signify the end of her treatment due to sharing a ward with terminal cancer patients.
So the positive-minded mum decided to commemorate the moment in her own way ahead of her final session with her dancing video which she put on TikTok.
She said: “Finishing chemo is always going to be a memorable moment, regardless of how you celebrate, but I wanted to do something positive to close that chapter for myself.
“It was a logistical nightmare to film because we kept missing my head from the frame.
“It took us 17 takes to get the video right, but we had lots of fun!”
The mum-of-two will eventually have a mastectomy and radiotherapy treatments after she has recovered from the tough chemotherapy.
She said: “It’s a long journey to recovery for me, and we don’t know exactly what will happen in the future, but I’ve always tried to remain strong and positive.
“I think being a strong person is the reason why I joined the police force in the first place.
“I’ve tried to face this entire situation with a positive mindset and see the good in things.
“There’s always something to be positive about if you just take each day as it comes – and right now I’m just pleased to have finished chemo!”