Pinktober: Christelle shares her story

Christelle Daunakamakama. Picture: SUPPLIED

FOR Christelle Daunakamakama, when she was first diagnosed with what she thought was stage 2b cervical cancer all she could think about were her five children.

She said she could not hold back her emotions when she was told of her diagnosis on July 24.

“After being admitted for menstrual bleeding at Lancaster Ward at the Colonial War Memorial Hospital in Suva, they told me that I had stage 2b cervical cancer and I cried, I thought of my five kids — still so small, young and innocent,” Mrs Daunakamakama said.

Read about Mrs Daunakamakama’s story in today’s edition (Tuesday, October 9, 2018) of The Fiji Times.

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