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Mother, 31, told ‘too young’ for cancer has 12 months to live


A mother-of-three who says she was told she was ‘too young’ for cancer has now been told she has 12 months to live.

Emma Louise Clark, 31, had gone to her doctor in January 2022 after concerns over weight loss and sleeping issues.

But she says she was told that it would be her contraceptive coil, and not to worry about it.

Weeks later she received the diagnosis she had stage three cervical cancer, which has now spread to stage four terminal, leaving her with little more than a year to live.

Emma Louise Clark, 31, had gone to her doctor in January 2022 after concerns over weight loss and sleeping issues

Emma Louise Clark, 31, had gone to her doctor in January 2022 after concerns over weight loss and sleeping issues

Emma Louise Clark, 31, partner David Rice, 34, and kids David Rice Jr, 11, Keeley-May Rice, 10, and Ariella Rice, 5

Emma Louise Clark, 31, partner David Rice, 34, and kids David Rice Jr, 11, Keeley-May Rice, 10, and Ariella Rice, 5

Now she has decided to spend her remaining time with family, and finally get married to soulmate David Rice, 34.

The pair – who have been together for almost 16 years – set up a GoFundMe in the hopes of raising £5,000 for Emma to experience her ‘princess’…



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