OBESE MUMS-TO-BE WITH DIABETES HAVE LARGER BABIES

    MUM RISKS OWN LIFE TO CONTINUE PREGNANCY

    Recent tests show Louise is responding well to the treatment and hoping to get rid of all signs of cancer.

    Louise said: “I was just 13 when I got cancer and it made me grow up overnight.

    “Nothing was ever the same again but there is always hope. I just have to look at Layla to know that.”

    And she is now urging women to take part in Cancer Research UK’s Race for Life, which takes place in various towns and cities across Scotland over the coming months.

    She added: “Now I feel so proud to back a powerful, passionate pink army of women at the frontline in the fight against cancer. It would be great to if my story can help someone else going through it.

    “I’m urging the brave ladies of Scotland to take action right now – please sign up to Race for Life and help fund vital research which will help more people beat this devastating disease.”

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