The Triumphant Moment

“Victory is always possible for the person who refuses to stop fighting.” – Napolean Hill

In the past year, she had undergone many changes, She would pack her bag every weekend for a visit to the hospital. It had become a new holiday destination for her. The first time her lock of hair fell she cried like a baby. It was then that she believed that she could win over the ‘Deadly C’. She stood strong not only for herself but also for her loved ones. Slowly, she defeated the monster. Soon her hair started growing back. She could not help but touch her soft and curly hair again and again. A friend asked her where she got her hair styled from. She winked and answered confidently, “from the hospital!”.

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Shubhra Rastogi Written by:

Well, about me I can say that I am a certified dentist, healthcare analyst, medical writer and above all a mother of a 6-year-old. Most of my day to day activities revolve around her and she is my inspiration to start this blog. As a mother, I experimented with a lot of new things for my little one in a quest to find the best for her. I just want to share my experiences of being a happy and content mum.

6 Comments

    • Shubhra Rastogi
      September 28, 2018
      Reply

      Thanks, Shirley for reading. This is actually my mother’s story. She is also a cancer survivor.

  1. September 28, 2018
    Reply

    Glad she won!
    Having just lost an Uncle to the disease, I know how devastating it can be.

    • Shubhra Rastogi
      September 28, 2018
      Reply

      Yes, indeed it can be pretty devastating.

  2. October 1, 2018
    Reply

    There are so many diseases that are more scary but somehow Cancer strikes the fear of God. And I know hair is the most precious possession of a woman and it is really horrifiying to lose it. I know having lost my hair some years ago ( thankfully not to Cancer or any other disease but to extreme stress) that losing hair is the most traumatic part of suffering…..

    • Shubhra Rastogi
      October 1, 2018
      Reply

      Yes, I agree, the hair is precious possession. Thanks for reading.

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