An opera singer is donating some of the profits from the sales of her CD to the Action for Pulmonary Fibrosis charity after her 78 year-old father was diagnosed with the incurable lung disease, which kills 5,000 people a year, and with sufferers only expected to live for three years.

Mezzo-soprano Emily Estelle is sending out copies of her crossover album of classical and popular songs sung in an operatic style, Rise Above, with leaflets about the disease.

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