Garota que venceu o câncer por duas vezes volta ao mesmo hospital 20 anos depois. Agora c

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Garota que venceu o câncer por duas vezes volta ao mesmo hospital 20 anos depois. Agora como enfermeira!

Date October 10, 2017 12:18

Cancer is a drug and everyone knows it. Montana Brown, currently 24, knows full well of that. She was once diagnosed with a rare form of connective tissue cancer not once but twice when she was just a child.

The first crash occurred when she was 2 years old. Her parents took her to the AFLAC Cancer Center in Atlanta, Georgia and, after a year of chemotherapy, she had gone into remission. From that moment, Montana began to have a normal and happy childhood until receiving the next terrible news - the cancer had returned when she was 15 years old.

Montana returned to AFLAC again for a few more chemotherapy sessions and again went on to win. It was these difficult battles that inspired her to become a nurse. " The nurses here were extremely caring and thoughtful.The love they took care of me when we needed them most really helped a lot ," she told reporters. " It helped me to want to become as kind and considerate as they were to me ."

Now the shoe is wearing the other foot and Montana is working as a nurse in that same hospital. She believes that her difficult personal experiences can help her create a special empathic bond with children who also fight against cancer by becoming a source of hope and inspiration for them. " I really wanted to be that person who can say hello, I totally understand. I've been in your place and I'm here now ."

In addition to her empathy and experience, Montana brings with her a ton of enthusiasm for her new job. " Never in a million years did I think that at age 24 I would have achieved my greatest dream: Working in the hospital where I was treated as a child / adolescent, " she wrote in a Facebook post.

A really inspiring story, is not it?

Source: Montana Brown / Facebook

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