I was told I would never be able to afford the $5,000 I needed for an operation for my cancer.
And then I had a little bit of luck.
I was diagnosed with stage four melanoma and, for the first time in my life, I was able to have the help and care I need.
But I’m not just a patient here, I’m a parent here.
That’s why I’m writing this story.
And this is my story.
But I have also been told I don’t have enough time.
I’m pregnant with my third child and I have no idea when my daughter is due.
I have seen doctors, and I’ve seen chemo specialists, and the cancer has returned.
I’ve been told that if I get too much chemotherapy, I’ll never see my daughter.
But there are things I don.t want to see.
I want to be there for my child.
And so I started a petition to get more help for people like me.
The petition started as a way to show that we are real.
We are not crazy.
We know we can do better than the government and the pharmaceutical companies.
But what we don’t know is how much we can.
We don’t want to wait until our children are sick.
So this petition was born.
It is an effort to raise awareness of melanoma, to raise money for research, to make it easier for families to get the treatment they need, and to give hope to families in need.
I hope it will get the attention it deserves.
But we have to keep the momentum going, keep doing the work that we’ve been doing, because there’s no time to lose.
But our hope is that we will be able, through these efforts, to give them a better life. “
I want to show people like us that we can overcome our difficulties.
We’re not going to stop fighting until we get better treatment for all our cancer patients. “
The petition has received more than 60,000 signatures and is now going to be signed by a number of countries, including Canada.
We’re not going to stop fighting until we get better treatment for all our cancer patients.
It’s been a rollercoaster ride.
But in the end, we all made it.