"You've got yourself a little gem there - he's so kind and caring.
Please look after him." Despite preparing for the worst, Sarah and Lee are trying to raise £180,000 to send her to Germany, where she hopes she can receive life-saving treatment.
Now those of you that have either read my blog or seen some of my posts in BDD know that about 2.5 years ago I found out that my liver disease was terminal.
I was devastating to learn at first I was in denial over it for the longest but as time went on and talks with doctors continued, the denial went away. Don't take too long being in denial of this truth though, or it might be all the time you got. I have been diagnosed with HIV for several years now, and initially I thought it was going to be a dealbreaker for a lot of people, but I have been pleasantly surprised to find that generally it isn't.
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NBC’s national correspondent Kate Snow share the emotional, touching story of author Amy Krouse Rosenthal, who was diagnosed with ovarian cancer over a year ago.
She'll decide over the next few weeks whether to continue with chemotherapy or have radiotherapy instead.