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    • Samantha says

      oh no way. oh I’m so glad it was caught before it developed more and she’s now better! It’s never easy going through chemo. Ah thank you so much love x

  1. Michelle says

    People who haven’t been through this will never understand. I am almost 9 years since diagnosis and I still think about cancer every single day. People just assume it’s all behind me and I have moved on. I have moved on, to a point, but I will never, ever forget. Take care. 💖

    • Samantha says

      Couldn’t agree more, it’s so hard trying to explain when my emotions can be all over the place and I don’t really know what I’m feeling. Oh definitely, There’s always something to remind you of cancer even years later. Thank you for commenting! x

  2. Christy says

    Thank you for sharing your vulnerability through this post. I can’t imagine what you have been through, but I am pleased that you are here to tell your story. You bravery will speak volumes to the one who needs it most. Thanks, again.

  3. Aphila says

    What a beautiful written post thank you for sharing your story. May God see your heart through it all . I would like to share with you this scripture which helped me at my down moment 1 Corinthians 10:13, when you find time you can check it out maybe it can uplift your spirit too.

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