“My family was like my sword trying to battle the cancer” – Kauthar Roomaney
This brave, young and beautiful (inside and out) young woman was so inspiring. She speaks about her cancer experience throughout the episode. Her lowest moment was when her mother took her to the hairdresser to cut her hair. Instead of cutting it, the hairdresser just combed it all off. It was a devastating experience. She describes chemo to us and explains why she wants to write her book and start her own NGO. You will be blown away with this episode.
She inspired us – she says that the cancer is not a death penalty or an end of a gruesome story – rather it was a beginning of a beautiful journey for her.
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