Friday, April 10, 2015

She Survived Breast Cancer, Now Debby Vows To Fight Spreading Liver and Bone Cancer

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Debby Osarere was diagnosed with breast cancer stage 4 after she was flown to the US for treatment following a successful online donation drive championed by Nigerian blogs in 2012. Debby was successfully cured of the Breast Cancer in 2013 but because it had progressed so far before the diagnosis, she was soon after informed by her doctors that the cancer had spread to her liver.

Now, with the liver cancer under check, Debby has revealed that cancer has again been discovered in her bones. In her post sharing the news on instagram, Debby shows a video of herself dancing and vows to keep fighting and says she is a survivor. Read the post below and keep her in your prayers...

Always smile and dance when you hear Bad news. My Medical Team (doctors) were trying to console me by saying first we have good news and bad news, which one do u want first? All I said was I’m used to good news but I take bad news for a chance so begin with bad.. So my oncologist said “I’m happy your chemotherapy is working for your liver but sorry the Cancer came back to your bones.

They said remember you had an aggressive metastatic breast cancer. Abeg save me all the medical terms I no sabi too much English I only sabi the name JESUS CHRIST. Trust me I smile I knew they were waiting for my reaction I used to cry whenever Cancer pops up in my labs but this time I danced to show them my bones will be alright and said God gat me, I’m in HIS laboratory.

I mean I’ve been fighting since Dec, 12 2011 HE will never leave me. I have survived breast cancer stage IV, I’m surviving Liver cancer so how much bones? I’ve survived it before n I will survive it again.

One certain thing is my tests are always (we saw something yesterday but again today we didn’t see anything). I will keep fighting for Sheyanu Bashorun, Olajumoke Ajibade And Michael. They all lost battle to cancer. It never gets any easier but I won’t give up because my STORY is far from over.

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