I have cancer and home office want to deport my partner

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In 2016 I was diagnosed with breast cancer .after being severely Ill for many years I thought I had been through the worst but I was wrong .being diagnosed ripped apart my entire family .MY partner was heartbroken he cried with me we prayed together he held my mum as she cried .I went through a gruelling operation a lumpectomy .the hospital sent me home one hour after waking .I lost the use of my right leg for 2 months after .MY partner carried me to the toilet and everyday tried to help me reuse my leg.he sat day and nights with me  as I screamed in pain .

In November I had radiotherapy I hit low points I wanted to die I could not take no more .MY partner was there every second he got me through .the burning the pain the fatigue I get and I still struggle to walk I have failing bladder and kidney I have hormone linked non cancerous fibroids he has become my carer .the love we have is so deep because we thought and still do think we could lose each other I pray daily for my cancer to go not to ever come back and I fear if I died and he was not in UK.i cannot leave UK I am too sick and need too much medical care in the UK and my health is reliant on my partner .he has lived in UK long time with me .my hopes are to start a family with him .

I ask that article 8 and human rights compassionate grounds are considered. If I lose I face my life alone  risk dying without him if cancer returned .if I win we can start our life marry try for children adopt and what life I have can be with him .

I implore you to act with humanity on my case .

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