Strictly’s Amy Dowden announces she has ‘no evidence of disease’ after cancer treatment
Posted by  badge Boss on Feb 23
Amy Dowden has some massive news… (Picture: Instagram)

star is celebrating her ‘biggest accomplishment yet’ following treatment.

The overjoyed Welsh star, 33, shared the loveliest news with her fans this Friday, announcing that there is no longer any evidence of disease in her body.

Her announcement comes after Amy was diagnosed with stage 3  in May 2023.

Consequently, she was forced to pull out of the latest series of Strictly, but did manage to make the odd

Amy has been  on her treatment, documenting the euphoric highs and the crushing lows, such as hair loss and hospital stints.

But now she has a reason to smile.

Amy took to with a gorgeous photo of herself standing outside with her arms in the air, a huge grin on her face.

Her caption read: ‘NO EVIDENCE OF DISEASE! Words I dreamed of! My biggest accomplishment yet! 🙏🎀🥹

‘I won’t be getting the all clear for 5 years especially with a hormone fed cancer. But it was all worth it. Words I never thought I’d hear at one point.

‘So grateful for all the care I received and continue to have. To my family and friends who supported me unconditionally and to you guys! Thank you! 💖🙏’

Amy explained that she will ‘still need a monthly injection for five years and regular check-ups.’

‘Chemo and this past year has certainly took its toll on my body both physically and mentally, so I’ll be taking the next few months to heal and recover,’ she explained.

Amy was diagnosed with stage 3 breast cancer last May (Picture: Eamonn M. McCormack/Getty Images)

‘I have so much to strive and live for, and so grateful for another chance at life! Something I know not all get. I certainly see life differently and my life has changed forever!’

She concluded: ‘Cancer affects too many so I will continue to do all I can to raise awareness and make sure I get as many as I can to #checkthemselves.

‘It’s time to look ahead after what’s been the toughest year, and one I certainly didn’t expect!

‘Dance floor I’m coming for you! Welsh love, always Amy x’

She was inundated with messages of support from her fans and Strictly co-stars, with Dianne Buswell commenting: ‘Best news to come this year and it’s just the begging of the good stuff ! i told you this is your year my girl and i am cheering you on with every bone in my body GO AMY you super star [sic]’.

Amy has kept fans updated with her treatment (Picture: Instagram)

‘Best news ever ♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️ love you!!!!’, said Jowita Przystał.

‘GETTTTT INNNNN!!!!! 🙌🏻🙌🏻🙌🏻🙌🏻🙌🏻🙌🏻💙💙💙💙💙🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻’, commented Aljaž Škorjanec.

Gemma Atkinson wrote: ‘Amazing news Amy ❤❤’, while Giovanna Fletcher penned: ‘I’m so flipping happy for you!! Xxx’

Amy was actually only in hospital last week, with her latest health update explaining how she had been rushed in to receive care in a respiratory unit.

Sharing a photo of herself wearing an oxygen mask, she penned on Instagram: ‘So last week didn’t exactly go to plan!

‘Feeling much better now and still taking it easy. But can’t thank the NHS and the care I received on respiratory unit enough!’

She also thanked her husband and family for ‘dropping everything’ to spend ‘endless hours next to my bed’.

Amy’s optimism and fighting spirit have left fans in awe throughout her cancer treatment.

Speaking in January, the beloved Strictly pro reflected on everything she’s endured, including a mastectomy.

She has also faced blood clots, sepsis, and a broken foot.

Amy then shared what it meant for her to have a holiday to Grenada in the Caribbean with her husband following eight rounds of chemo.

Of embracing the changes her body has experience, she said positively: ‘I’ve got a new body, I’ve got scars, but I think it’s something that I’ve got to learn over time I’m going to accept, it’s not going to just happen overnight.

‘I’m being put into situations that I wasn’t at home, having to put a bikini on, being all exposed in summer wear than at home wrapped up in jumpers, jeans and boots.

‘Hopefully, it’s only going to get progressively better!’

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