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Amazingly, some women with breast cancer come consider their illness a “gift”. Through their experience, they find strength and courage in themselves that they never knew they had. They learn empathy for others to a degree they never expected. They find how much other people care about them. They discover the joy of embracing the moment and living life to the fullest. They seek and find new meaning in their lives. To sum up, they go beyond their own expectations and triumph over breast cancer!
Every survivor has a story to tell. Share with us your journey in battling breast cancer and let others know that you too have achieved small and big triumphs, again and again, with each challenge faced, through your blog or your essay.
In 1,500 words or less, share with us your story on battling breast cancer, whether it is your own or that of a family member or friend. To submit your story, please e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note that all submissions are subjected to editing for clarity and space. PRIDE reserves the right to not publish articles submitted, or to use them on printed materials other than the website. Submitted articles will become the property of PRIDE.
To tell us about your blog, please e-mail to email@example.com
Rene’e Aziz Ahmad, a breast cancer survivor since 2002, was the team leader in the Climb with PRIDE-Aconcagua 2007, which was an expedition organized by PRIDE Foundation to Mt Aconcagua in Argentina.
Read about her and the Pride-Aconcagua Climb in The Star.
Listen to her interview on BFM: