Humans of Saint Lucia in New York.
“I was 34 when I was diagnosed with stage 2 invasive ductal carcinoma. Being diagnosed with any cancer, one would automatically think it’s a death sentence. I went through 6 rounds of chemo therapy, 6 weeks of radiation, surgery, and a year of tamoxifen. It was hell but I survived. My faith got me through it. Cancer didn’t succeed and it certainly didn’t win. It took a part of my life and a piece of my body but it didn’t take me. Don’t be afraid to ask for help. Let others fight with you especially when you are too tired to fight on your own. When you feel like quitting think about why you started. Life is very fragile and very precious, always count your blessings value every single moment.”