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A lifetime battling ill health and three failed transplant attempts... the inspirational 'fighter' mum-of-three who put her struggles aside to care for others

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direct to your inboxA mum-of-three died after battling ill health most of her life - and having failed to get a transplant three times - an inquest heard.Care worker Paula Ward, described as 'a truly remarkable person', passed away last summer.The 35-year-old, who was born in Wythenshawe and lived in Partington, Trafford, was diagnosed with type one diabetes as a child.

She suffered with ill health for most of her life.An inquest heard she was a 'fighter'.The third time she was told she couldn't have a renal transplant, her partner said he saw her cry for the 'first time'.At the South Manchester (Stockport) Coroners' Court hearing, Ms Ward's partner of nine years Lee Brown said that when they met, she was just taking insulin.He said she.

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