Teenage cancer patient Stephen Sutton - who helped raise more than £3 million through his story of his battle with the disease - has hit back at Twitter trolls who complained they feel "duped" by his recovery.
@shaneobrmayo81 Sorry to disappoint you! So you know, I still have my cancer and it's still incurable, if that makes you feel less 'duped' x
Stephen, from Burntwood, Staffordshire, wrote what he thought would be his final blog last month after tumours collapsed one of his lungs.
But he made an unexpected turn for the better - and after coughing up one of the tumours and undergoing surgery, he was able to return home.
His recovery - though his cancer remains terminal - sparked complaints from trolls on Twitter, who accused him of "duping" people into donating to the Teenage Cancer Trust.
The account has since been deleted.
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Stephen Sutton was "a credit to humanity" whose "spirit lives on", say this morning's front pages.