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Desperate bride-to-be asks for donations to fund cancer treatment instead of wedding presents as her 'last hope for survival'

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Emma Houlston, 31, from Balham, London, has aggressive inoperable ovarian cancer and her only hope is to have immunotherapy privately because it is not available on the NHS.
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