Cancer bride wears veil in hospital bed
Updated: 2010-12-01 16:47
By Jia Xu (chinadaily.com.cn)
Yang Tao, 41, a cervical carcinoma patient, gets wedding make-ups at Huaxi No 4 Hospital in Huaxi, Southwest of China's Sichuan province on Nov 20, 2010 .[Photo/Huaxi Urban News]
Yang Tao, 41, a cervical cancer patient, gets her make-up done at Huaxi No 4 Hospital in Huaxi, Southwest China's Sichuan province on Nov 20, 2010, the Huaxi Urban News reported Wednesday.
Yang fell in love with Ye Yongqing five months ago, before finding out she's at the final stage of cervical carcinoma. The two lovebirds, knowing Yang doesn't have much time left, decided to have their wedding photographs taken as a memorable way to confirm their love.
The photographer focuses on the couple at Huaxi No 4 Hospital in Huaxi, Southwest China's Sichuan province on Nov 20, 2010.[Photo/Huaxi Urban News]
During the picture taking process,Yang,who was suffering from great pain and difficulty breathing, had to take many breaks. "However difficult and painful she suffers, I'll accompany her until the end of her days," her boyfriend said during the interview.
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