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Cancer Healing Stories

Dr Gauri Bhatnagar (Breast Cancer): Remember me as a striver.

I want to educate all cancer patients that “cancer” is only a word and not a death sentence. It should not be…

Kunal Sankhlecha (Caregiver): It was a rollercoaster ride.

It was after that, when she went for chemotherapy but didn’t feel any improvement. On the contrary, she was feeling…

Steffi Mac (acute lymphoblastic leukemia): “My battle to glory”.

My treatment took place in Vellore, and I returned home after five to six months of treatment. I won the battle..

Prateek (Hodgkin-lymphoma): “The battle is very personal”

I was diagnosed with Hodgkin Lymphoma. According to textbook definitions, stage 4 cancer refers to…

Bhupendra Tripathi (Non-hodgkins lymphoma): “Full-time fighter.”

I was the grade 12-Science CBSE topper in Gujarat, went on to study engineering while earning the prestigious Dhirubhai…

Praveen & Vrinda (Leukaemia) fighting destiny with a sword of hope

My husband was diagnosed with T-cell acute lymphoblastic leukemia in September 2011. He initially experienced sudden…

Venkat (Skin cancer): Brighter tomorrow for a healthy life

Hello All, I am Venkat (Age 34) from India working as a Software Engineer with the big Blue. 8 month ago, started seeing…

Neha Goswami (Brain cancer): “My mother is a fighter”

Create beautiful memories they will act as an anchor to keep you from being swept away, when hit by the storms of life…

Rahul Katoriya (Colorectal cancer): “Stay strong it’s a long way to go”

It’s the responsibility of the people make sure it’s not a lone battle that the patient is fighting….

Abhishek & Pooja (Breast cancer): “Incredibly resilient and a fighter”

I would say one thing that I genuinely believe in, that is, there is light at the end of every tunnel, you have to decide to…

Shruti (Kidney cancer): “Everything depends upon your will power”

You should never lose hope and continue fighting against the disease till it gets kicked out of your system! ….

Madhu Khanna (Breast cancer): Story in words of her daughter

Her demise also taught me to the value of a life,my experiences with her during made me see Cancer from…

Niati (Hodgkin’s Lymphoma): “My fight with cancer.”

I would suggest not to panic as cancer is a stage where your body cells start to multiply irrationally….

Pramod Sharma (Blood cancer): Her jolly spirit kept her alive

Be kind and compassionate towards others tell everyone to believe in the power of not giving up and always face life…

Nikita Khanna (Mouth cancer): Music is the language of the spirit

Cancer must not deter you from your will to live. So always be prepared for the worst and hope for the best!…

Kokila (Breast cancer): “Hang in there, this too shall pass”

There were days I’d console my husband and tell him “I’ll survive this, you don’t worry”. There were days I’d console my husband …

Pratima Shah (Breast cancer): “I decided to toughen up.”

My approach to chemo has surprised many people, as I treat it like injections for a common flu…

Pratyusha (Prostate cancer): My husband underwent a surgery.

If there’s anything I have learned in these past couple of years, it’s that love is so essential to the process of caregiving.

Neeti Walavalkar (Breast cancer): ” I would sit next to her for hours.”

My sisters and I were devastated; we knew that if we told Mumma about cancer relapse, she would be broken. So we didn’t tell her…

Nisha (Breast cancer): “Cancer changed my life for the better”

They say Cancer is a deadly disease that can kill you if you do not treat it at the early stage. Almost everyone who…

Mehul Doshi: We serve God by serving others

This story is of Mehul Doshi. An Angel in human form, Mehul is a resident of Mumbai. From the last eight years, he has been…

Suvendu Das (Colon cancer) : Fourth Stage of Inspiration

He wanted to live not for himself, but his family and his little daughter who is still in 10th standard, Dimple and LHC set…

Suman (Blood cancer):My second innings is turning out to be beautiful

Suman says that his fight is something worth sharing. He says that it is all about the second chance.

Devansh (Blood cancer): Story of defeating Cancer with Love

This is the story of Devansh, a 6 year old boy who was diagnosed with blood cancer. Fortunately, it was detected…

Deepa (Breast cancer): “Cancer has forced me to focus on self-care.”

As a child, I always thought in art museums, “Why are they staring at this painting for so long?” Now, as I am growing up, I realize …

Srishti (Ewing’s sarcoma): The only option is not to give up

She gave strength to me, our family with a reassuring smile on her face through all the pain which she rarely chose to share…

Dimple & Nitesh (Colon cancer): “Healing is different from curing.”

Dimple Parmar and Nitesh Prajapat were two people in love who, in 2016, learned that Nitesh was battling through the…

Sharmila Date (Cervical cancer): “Not to slip into the self-pity mode.”

Our body is like a divine chariot that we have to take care of every step of the way, and most of us don’t realize this…

Manmohan Taneja (Neck cancer): “live life everyday.”

My mantras in life have also changed. I recently heard of a very millennial term called YOLO, someone told me it means…

Pankaj Mathur (Soft Tissue Sarcoma): Saw hope in family’s eyes

Early in 2017, I developed a swelling on my right calf that looked like a tiny bump. I obviously thought nothing…

Rahul & Monika (Lung cancer): Cancer has chosen the wrong person

In 2016, my wife and I had completed almost 4 years of our marriage and we had a two-and-half-year-old daughter. We both…

Ripunanda (Breast cancer): “Making our health a priority.”

It was November 2016, my father-in-law had suffered a stroke and everyone in the family was worried about him. Around …

Monica Goel (Colorectal cancer): Colonoscopy saved my life

Around this time last year, I didn’t know whether I was going to survive. I was being wheeled into an operating room …

Monica Gulati (Bladder cancer): How cancer taught me to live a life

I had finished a Ph.D. in NeuroImmunology from the University of Zurich in 2009. For some reason, I decided to …

Pooja Smita (Adenocarcinoma cancer): Be like a river

I was diagnosed with Inoperable Aggressive Small Bowel Adenocarcinoma, stage 3 on Oct 26, 2018. With 4 more …

Rohini Patil (Breast cancer): Inspiring story of Gynecologist

It’s not very easy to rewind the clock emotionally and fully remember the trauma of being diagnosed with breast …

Jimit Gandhi (Blood cancer): It’s all for a while. You’re a strong boy.

It all started in March 2011, a day before my SSC (Tenth) board exams, I was diagnosed with Ph+ve Pre B-Cell ALL …