Kate Brandon has less than a week to save her husband's life.
Mike Brandon was diagnosed with leukaemia in 2014. Following a campaign for a transplant, he was able to find a donor match and then get married to Kate.
But around Easter this year, he was told his cancer had returned. His last chance of survival is a trial treatment in America called CAR T cell therapy.
The couple, however, needs to raise £400,000 in order to pay for the travel and treatment.
"If he's got any chance of surviving this, he's got to be there now," Kate told Julia Hartley-Brewer. "He needs to be there next Wednesday for an appointment on Thursday.
"This treatment has a huge chance to get him into remission. From the research I've read, you're looking at a 70-95% chance [of success]."
Kate is making a plea for donations to the cause - she has raised more than £190,000 so far.
"He's the most gentle of souls, most wonderfully kind, witty," she added. "There's not a more perfect person for me to spend my life with, he's just incredible in every way.
"With the love of the world behind us, we can achieve anything."
If you would like to donate, go to the go fund me page.