Celebrities, politicians and classmates have joined the family of inspirational teenager Stephen Sutton in an outpouring of grief after the youngster lost his fight for life today.
Stephen, 19, succumbed to bowel cancer in the early hours of this morning, three days after being readmitted to hospital.
...Siobhan Dunn, Chief Executive of Teenage Cancer Trust: 'Stephen was an exceptional young man and ambassador for Teenage Cancer Trust.
'He will be remembered for his incredible positivity by all who met or connected with him. Stephen didn’t measure life in time, preferring instead to measure it by the difference someone makes.
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As someone who suffers from a serious stutter, Parker Mantell could have been forgiven for feeling nervous as he got up to speak at his Indiana University graduation ceremony.
But he didn't look it.
Instead, the political science major gave a speech that is bound to inspire you.
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