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IN People ON 17 Nov, 2015
Holley Tierney, a cancer patient from Manchester, was pregnant when she was told about her condition of Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma. She's a dance teacher by profession. Her courage, dedication, and commitment have become a source of inspiration for the mothers who suffer cancer. Read her story here.
She chose to defer her treatment to spare her unborn twins. She now has only one cycle of chemotherapy left and will begin radiotherapy in the new year.
Be she declined as they were at that point beginning to kick and took a chance with her life for her two unborn children.
It was the happiest day of her life when the infants were conveyed securely, it was unquestionably a danger worth taking, all she thought about was their wellbeing, a mother's gentle heart cared for her babies.
The twins burned through 11 weeks in the clinic before they were released and are currently getting a charge out of life at home with Miss Tierney and her accomplice. Harlow is now 7lb 10oz and Havana 6lb 9oz.
She has only one cycle of chemotherapy left before the beginning of radiotherapy in the new year. She trusts her story will move other ladies to pay special mind to the indications amid pregnancy.
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