Name- Chippy Surendran Cancer- Third stage of Hodgkin's lymphoma Diagnosed- 2020
I completed my treatment a few months ago. this is the second time I escaped from cancer.
Diagnosed in May 2020
On May 2020 I was diagnosed which is the third stage of Hodgkin's lymphoma. then I started my treatment. I had done 12 chemotherapy and radiation. during the three month I completely lost my hair, my look changed, my skin started to dry, and I lost sleep. Faced Severe pain and depression. I broke down totally... but I believe that everything happens for reason.
I believe in Gods good. I believed that he gave me a chance to live. that is when I started to fight against Cancer and Yes, in the end I won that battle. Throughout the journey I realized the strength of my family and my friends.
A Big Thank You
Thanks to everyone who supported me. And a special thanks to the love of my life. You showed me that our relationship is unbreakable. I would like to tell everyone. "Never give up... Never give in. Never, ever, ever give up!
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