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MY story . . . well, for starters I'm extremely bad at talking about me and all I've been through, but I've realized it's important to get the word out and well, so here I am . . .
I never know how or where to start - but here goes -
I've pretty much lived with cancer my entire life . . . by the time I was 8 I had lost my Best Friend to cancer then by the age of 12, my life was and has been forever changed - my Mother passed away at the age of 38 to a very long and arduous battle with cancer and my Father, well, being in the military, wanted more stability for me, and sent me to live with my Uncle and his family, and again so here I am . . . forward to present . . .
Thinking my nightmares were behind me - WRONG!
About 3 yrs ago - almost to the date - found out that both my Uncle and Aunt have both been diagnosed with cancer; my Uncle with terminal Prostate Cancer and my Aunt with 2nd stage Breast Cancer and found this news literally moments in finding out that one of my friends had just lost his fiancee to Adrenal Cancer.
Since this - ALL I have been doing is TRYing my best to raise awareness and funds for cancer . . . I've started my own fashion line where 25% of the proceeds goes towards cancer, I've also been written up a few times (pasted a link) - basically ALL I do - ALL I can do - I will do . . . so that we may ALL wake up with this nightmare behind us.
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