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Strictly's Amy Dowden gives major cancer update as she shares snap from hospital bed

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Amy Dowden has shared an update on her cancer journey after marking one year since her devastating diagnosis.The Strictly Come Dancing star was diagnosed with stage three breast cancer in 2023 and has undergone several rounds of treatment.

Amy, 33, posted a photograph of herself in hospital, taken on the day she underwent surgery last year. She captioned the shot: "Can't believe it's a year since surgery!

Happy 1st birthday to my new cancer-free boobie!!!". Amy's original post, shared last year, said: "Step one to beating cancer!

Rrrrrrready for this fight and more determined than ever to get back on the dance floor." It comes after Amy marked one year since her initial diagnosis in an emotional Instagram post.

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