Mum thinks she has a cold – ends up battling extremely rare cancer TWICE

Mum thinks she has a cold – ends up battling extremely rare cancer TWICE
 

A mum has spent the past two years battling a rare cancer – which she originally thought was a common cold.
Heather Longdon was diagnosed with stage three larynx cancer last August after having a constant cough, sore throat and heart palpitations for 11 months.
The 27-year-old, of Bulwell, had chemotherapy and radiotherapy every day for seven weeks.
The blow came just two years after Heather and her husband Ben's IVF baby, Logan, died of cot death 10 days after his birth and seven months after the couple's second son, Kian, was born.
She said: "I felt destroyed inside. All I could... read more

 
16 October 2016 in Regional East, Views: 34
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