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Rowena Kincaid in Cancer Awareness

cancer-1007550__180Television and Internet is swarming with news and stories about men and women diagnosed with cancer and how they are fighting the battle. Recently, Rowena Kincaid, picture editor for BBC wales died of breast cancer at age 40. She was diagnosed breast cancer seven years ago at such a young age of 33. After being diagnosed, she made a documentary to serve as an eye opener to other ladies out there, raising awareness that early detection of the disease can truly save lives.

The battle goes on and on as scientists are tirelessly making an effort to find a cure that works. We are talking about lives, not a simple battle that one can win over with a coc gem as it is in clash of clans. There is no pattern as it is in Pacman. There is no proven hack to cancer as there is a proven hack to any game battle. This battle is life threatening and yet we do not have proven medication to fight it.

While cancer is becoming a growing concern among many nations throughout the world, more and more people are going back to the basics – organic foods and clean and healthy lifestyle. As many medical professionals always say – Prevention is better than cure.

It is unfortunate that one or two of our loved ones are going through this battle. The best thing we can do for now is to help them get the life they didn’t have.

If doctors say they’ve done everything and that your days are counted, don’t go down without a fight. Strive to look for alternative ways to get going by first changing your lifestyle. The best gift you could give yourself is to add days to the ones the professionals counted.

Watch this documentary of Rowena Kincaid after she was diagnosed with cancer