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Chemo Sucks

By Lovelyne Toussaint

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Ended 09/30/2016

"My younger sister is battling overian cancer. She's only 17. We are raising money to buy her a beautiful wig."

— Lovelyne Toussaint and
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In the summer of  2016 my 17 year old sister was diagnosed with stage one ovarian cancer. No one truly understands how traumatic cancer can be until they watch someone they love get diagnosed and then undergo treatment. These past few months for my family and I have been difficult,  yet somehow her beautiful spirit has never wavered. Berlinda is still the most vibrant, bubbly, and courageous 17 year old I have ever met. As her big sister, I want to fix this and take her pain away but I can't, and honestly that's what hurts most of all. 

Watching her undergo chemo miles away has been frustrating and borderline unbearable for me. For many of us, hair loss seems so small until it happens to you, or someone close to you. I have decided to raise money for this beautiful lace front wig that she can only dream of having. Any and all donations, no matter how big or small, would be amazing. Losing her hair has been so hard for her so if I can make this happen it would literally mean the world to her. Friends, cancer doesn't discriminate, please take care of yourselves and routinely visit your doctor because prevention is key. My family and I thank you in advance. 

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Created on 2016-09-11 07:53:13