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BBC Strictly Come Dancing's Amy Dowden shares 'hardest step' on cancer journey amid 'complications'

Amy Dowden has spoken about the 'hardest step' in living with her cancer diagnosis. The Strictly Come Dancing star was diagnosed with stage three breast cancer in May last year after she found a lump in her breast in April, the day before going to the Maldives on honeymoon with her husband, fellow professional dancer Ben Jones.

Amy announced the news after undergoing a mastectomy and later bravely documented going through chemotherapy treatment. And it wasn't without its setback as the dancer recently shared how she was told she had come close to organ failure after she developed an infection following her first round of chemo.

She then rang the chemotherapy bell in November which signalled her last round of treatment for cancer and in February, she said on Instagram she was looking forward to "all the celebrations" she missed out on while being treated for cancer, as she revealed that "no evidence of disease" was found during her latest health check but will not receive the “all clear” for five years due to her type of cancer.

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Amy has now been seen helping other women who have been diagnosed with cancer reclaim their bodies through dance. On The One Show on Tuesday night (April 2), Amy took a mum-of-two Keren to a dancing session.

The session entitled ‘Move, Dance, Feel’, run by founder Emily Jenkins, aims to help women undergoing cancer treatment reconnect with their bodies through dance. While Amy wasn't able to take part due to 'complications from surgery', she watched as Keren and other women embraced the class.

Emily said: "It’s really