Ebunola Anozie

THE AGONY OF TRUTH

December 2017, among other gift items my daughter gave to me, was a book titled ‘When Breath Becomes Air’ by Paul Kalanithi. A true-life story about a neurosurgeon diagnosed with lung cancer. Initially, due to my busy schedule, I simply placed the book on my bedside table with the plan to read it later once I had …

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HUMILITY

MY EXPERIENCE I was at COPE, when I came across an article in the Genevieve magazine about a breast cancer survivor, Mrs. Kehinde Gbelee. Her story of triumph encouraged me to go for chemotherapy and indeed she has been my Role Model. In August 2013, barely a month to my 40th birthday, I discovered I …

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HOPE

The first day I was diagnosed with breast cancer seemed like the end of the world. How to start? Where to go? Who to meet? Who to tell? And many more questions crossed through my mind. I felt dejected, I began to ask questions, why it had to be me, knowing full well my background …

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