Ovarian Cancer Takes Away a Bride-to-Be Merely 90 Minutes Before She Had to Say ‘I Do’

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Ovarian Cancer Takes Away a Bride-to-Be Merely 90 Minutes Before She Had to Say

In a tragic story, it was revealed how a woman suffering from ovarian cancer succumbed to her condition minutes away from her wedding.

The heart wrenching incident in which Jemma Webb, 32 years old, was suffering from ovarian cancer died merely 90 minutes from walking down the aisle. Her fiancé, Alex Bradford and she had met only a couple of months before they decided they wanted to spend the rest of their lives together and planned to get married.

When they realized that her condition was deteriorating soon, they decided to pre-pone the wedding and bring it front of a marriage registrar, at their own home. The fate, however, did not permit this because she died merely 90 minutes before the wedding at their home was scheduled to take place.

The couple had met last year at work and had known for a fact that they were soul mates. After a whirlwind romance, they planned to settle down and start a family. This however couldn’t work out as planned because death snatched her away a few minutes before she could say ‘I do’. Her ovarian cancer had been diagnosed in the year 2008, and she was undergoing treatment for the same all these years.

“It was just a normal relationship as you can imagine to start with but then two months in, the cancer spread to her liver and her lungs and I knew then that I had to be there for her”, revealed Mr. Bradford.

The disease finally took her life, after all the pain and suffering it had made her go through. The love they shared was beautiful and they wanted to make it through, despite all odds. The fate, however, wanted something else and she succumbed to the ailment.


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