Cystic fibrosis sufferer recovers from double lung transplant to go back to work – as a POLE DANCER

Daily Mail, UK | Sadie Whitlocks

* Kirstie Tancook was blighted by cystic fibrosis
* Days before getting married she stopped breathing, forcing her to quit job
* 'I was so into pole before, it really hurt that I could not do it ', she says
* Double lung transplant has enabled her to return to work

A woman who was on the brink of death has told how she has returned to her pole dancing day job after life-saving surgery.

Kirstie Tancook, 22, was blighted by cystic fibrosis, which meant her lungs and digestive were clogged with thick mucus, making it difficult to breathe.

And last June, just days before getting married she was rushed to hospital after she stopped breathing and turned blue.

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