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A mum who had some of her ovarian tissue frozen after being diagnosed with cancer in the hope that it would help her have another child has urged the public to support the NHS service that helped her.

Isabelle Providence, 28, made the call after being supported by the Fertility Preservation Service at the John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford, which is the first of its kind in England and is funded by a charity.

Doctors removed the tissue in March, three days before beginning chemotherapy that is almost certain to leave her infertile.

Read more (Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust website)