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Ovarian Cancer did not stop me from running or smiling. Ovarian Cancer is the silent killer. So silent that I ran my first Bermuda Day Half-Marathon in May 2012.
February 2014, I was the youngest person in Bermuda to be diagnosed with colon cancer at 37. Instead of feeling ashamed, I shared my journey through social media.
My name is Juanae Simmons. I’m 33 years old and have 2 beautiful daughters aged 8 & 3. On February 14, 2014, I was diagnosed with a sinus cancer
It is Thursday, May 26, 2010 and I am in an airplane on my way to my granddaughter’s graduation after getting an “all clear” from the tests on my colon in Bermuda.
March 2, 2015, I was diagnosed with Stage 3 Breast Cancer. In despair, I asked God to guide me, as I have never been this sick before.
After a complete physical that deemed me in great health, I found a lump in the far left side of my left breast two weeks later
In July 2009, Aejay Jensen was 3 months old and diagnosed with stage 4 neuroblastoma. He had a solid, malignant tumor the size of a grapefruit in his abdomen.
Relay For Life is an event that has changed my life in so many ways. It has shown me just how important it is to give back no matter how big or small the impact will always be life changing.
I relay to honor my maternal grandmother, mother and aunt who all died from cancer. I relay to honor my paternal grandmother, my close friends and myself who are all survivors of cancer.
My name is Lucy Lopes and I am a 5 year Colon Cancer Survivor and this is why I Relay.