Any act of different behavior towards cancer survivors becomes a discrimination itself, since all we want is to be treated like any other person.

Although the experience was hard, and it leaves scars, it has given me the sense of achievement. And I am cured, I don’t feel ill!

We are privileged to live. We have to celebrate every single thing.

"La vida es dura, así que sin esfuerzo es difícil que llegues a tu meta"

2Es muy importante la adaptación del niño con Cáncer en el centro educativo después de la estancia hospitalaria. Los centros educativos mediante información y apoyo por parte de los profesionales del centro, así como también de los compañeros, establece una mejor integración del niño que sufre esta enfermedad"

"Courage is not the absence of fear, but rather the judgment that something else is more important than fear."

We must raise the awareness of what the cancer brings with itself, to let people know better, so that they would open up and give us the opportunity we need.

Don't look back, or ask "why?". Keep moving forward.

"Para mi lo más importante fue actuar como una niña normal, intentando hacer vida normal en la medida de lo posible. Actualmente puedo desarrollar perfectamente una vida normal sin ningún tipo de problema"

The only way to fully understand it, like everything else in life, is if it actually happens to you, so the people around you and their help is very important. Most of the time though, people are not aware of the ways they can help.

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I have been fighting with leukemia for two years and now I'm inspired to study Medicine for two reasons: on one hand, I come from a family of doctors, and on the other, my doctors saved my life and therefore one day I want to be like them!
The experience I've gained from fighting with the illness and the activities organized by the cancer association have allowed me to become more confident.
For me, the most important thing before was to act as a “normal” girl, trying to lead a normal life as much as possible. Nowadays I am leading a perfectly normal life without any problems.
Although the experience was hard, and it leaves scars, it has given me the sense of achievement. And I am cured, I don’t feel ill!
We must raise the awareness of what the cancer brings with itself, to let people know better, so that they would open up and give us the opportunity we need.
I have a hearing impairment, but that does not stop me from leading a normal life.
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