I was a 5 year old in 1997 when my cancer got detected. I started becoming very weak and often had blackouts and used to feel dizzy and fall down. Some lumps had developed on my neck. On getting tested, the reports suggested that I was suffering from blood cancer (ALL: acute lymphoblastic leukemia).
I was rushed to Tata Memorial Hospital, Mumbai immediately and after a treatment of 1 year, I was shifted to Bhagwan Mahaveer Cancer Hospital as it had established its roots in Jaipur.
I went through chemotherapy, radiations, bone marrow tests and the regular treatment and eventually after 2 years I survived cancer.
The “KEY” to sail through this problem is to maintain good hygiene, take prescribed medication regularly and on time and follow your doctor and his treatment.
Moreover, it’s the trust on GOD, your doctors and nurses, your family members and their support and most importantly on you yourself which becomes the key to winning over cancer.
Your positive thinking and willpower do all the wonders to fight against the disease and make you a winner.
I lead a very normal life today like every ordinary citizen. Eat, live and sleep like them, but what’s different in me is that I know come what may if you stand firm with dedication you can definitely make it through all the obstacles you face.
“Sometimes life is sweet, sometimes it is sour.
But you need to have a very strong willpower.
Get yourselves checked in hospitals and in camps.
Together we will emerge as cancer winning champs.”