CANCER MUM: 'I THOUGHT I'D NEVER SAY KIDS' NAMES AGAIN'

WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT.Stephanie Wigglesworth, 34, from Aylesbury was told she needed to undergo a nine-hour skin graft and transplant to cure her rare oral cancer diagnosis.

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