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The award-winning actress, who played lesbian Zoe Tate in the ITV soap for 16 years, had been told by doctors that her cancer is not curable and not operable.

An online appeal was launched to raise funds so Leah could visit the clinic that specialises in DNA-based immunotherapy and within 24 hours of her announcement fans had raised a staggering £40,000.

But in a matter of days she had become breathless climbing stairs and her abdomen swelled so much that she looked heavily pregnant.

When her heart rate rose to 180 beats per minute she was taken to hospital.

Some women are particularly sensitive to elevated hormones and suffer with symptoms, whereas others sail through without any symptoms.'Citing walking and gentle stretching as the best exercises during pregnancy, she says women are going to be exhausted in the first couple of weeks after delivery and can start exercising after a fortnight, once a routine is established.'Granted it’s not particularly conventional,' she said. And this time last year, I wasn’t so sure that would be so.'The star was diagnosed with inoperable and incurable stage 4 lung cancer and started targeted biological therapy on the NHS to prolong her life. 'And it has repaid me: I have learned to be so damn grateful for my life, every last bit of it, to forgive myself my “mistakes”, and to try to forgive those who I believe hurt me.'I use journeying to connect with spiritual helpers and ancestors, visualisations, meditation, breathing exercises, yoga practices, and allow my creative juices to flow. However in August this year, she revealed the treatment had stopped working and that she was relying on alternative treatments such as plant-based healing oils and sessions in an infrared sauna. And each and every day I love and thank my poor scrawny body, tumours and all, because its doing its very best.I am not saying it’s a guaranteed recipe for a radical remission, but that ain’t gonna stop me. Despite the setbacks, Leah is remaining incredibly positive and insists she sees cancer as a teacher she can learn positive lessons from rather than an enemy. 'But the last twelve months have shown me not just the absolute worst of times, but some of the best times in my life. YOGA: Leah has practiced yoga for 15 years and cites it as a way to keep her calm and positive. The practise believes that illness has a spiritual cause and results in a loss of energy or power.And while she admits to having difficult days, she also said that she's experienced some of 'the best times in my life' in the past year. Little nuggets of gold that I would not have found otherwise. INFRARED SAUNA: Heat is said to help detoxify body and kill cancer cells.'I’m not going to lie. It’s a lonely road, even when you are surrounded by love. But when I smile, I smile, and when I laugh I laugh, and when it rains I put my umbrella up and wait for the storm to pass.

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