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And now that she is cancer-free, she still plans to throw herself into life as much as possible - as doctors suspect her cancer may eventually become active again.She said: 'Next year that's going to be my main aim, I'm going to start thinking about what I'm going to do with the rest of my life.'A lot of people are terrified to do that, because they think it will come back to get them.'But actually it doesn't change - whether I spend the entire time terrified and wasting time on feeling terrible about what might happen to me, or I spend the entire time embracing the time that I've got.'Ms Loughlin has won a legion of fans online for her up-front and brutally honest blog, called Storm in a Tit Cup, about the disease.Simple design and a lot of wathcmygf porn videos with naughty amateur babes that can't live without pussy fucking, cock sucking and gallons of boyfriend's jizz on their young and innocent faces collected in one place specially for you.You don't need any special apps or registration on Watch My to see all these free my gf porn videos - all you need is just your mobile device and internet connection.But this week, in an incredible turn of events, Ms Loughlin's latest scan has shown her body to be currently free of the disease - believed to be because of Kadcyla.

And a year later, in September 2016, she was dealt a further blow when she was told she had four years to live.

Ms Loughlin, who had been documenting her cancer journey on her blog throughout this time, began compiling a bucket list of things to do before she died.

These included a Christmas trip to Disneyland Paris, road trips across Australia and the USA, getting married, and living to see her sons start primary school, secondary school and university.

Doctors warned she had just four years left to live last September, when her rare and aggressive inflammatory breast cancer worsened.

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Ms Loughlin, from Bristol, described her ordeal as being like 'swimming in the wake of a ship wreck' and 'fighting an impossible battle'.

She refused chemotherapy and ignored doctor's recommendations at the time to have an abortion in order to give her baby a fighting chance.