Waitress who was diagnosed with leukaemia and told she 'may die before Christmas' defies doctors to get the all clear



A 24-year-old woman who was diagnosed with leukaemia and told she may not live to Christmas has defied doctors' expectations - and been given the all clear.
Chloe Pinder, from Holton-le-Clay, Lincolnshire, was diagnosed with the disease in September last year. 
She underwent 10 months of chemotherapy in a bid to fight the acute lymphoblastic leukaemia - but doctors said there was a chance she wouldn't reach 2017.
But now, after experiencing the 'toughest year' of her life, her battle is drawing to a close as she has been given the all clear.
Doctors hope she has just one last hurdle to... read more

 
4 October 2016 in Health, Views: 40
Source: Daily Mail
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