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WALL OF HOPE
IN MEMORY OF Testing Archie Andrews IN HONOUR OF You fought hard my dear. You did well! Nicole I’M A SURVIVOR Diagnosed breast cancer in 2010, mastectomy was done, undergone chemotherapy, radiotherapy and also oral. Lucky to have so many friends and family members around me, who gave me so much hope and encouragement. Also attended the CanHOPE support group, where we shared experiences during the sharing session. I also assist to set up Line Dancing sessions for cancer patients since 2011 till now. Stay happy and positive. Patricia Tham Lai Kuan IN MEMORY OF Those we have lost IN HONOUR OF All Survivors. Continue the fight! IN HONOUR OF Jamilah A. I’M A SURVIVOR Cancer very disruptive!! Turned my life upside down. From a focused and down-to-earthperson, I became someone lacking in confident, confused and full of emotions. I hated theword “Strong”. “Be strong”, “Stay strong”, “You are strong”, “Thought you are strong”, blah,blah…. Never an easy journey!!But when you trust, submit and be a true slave to the only ONE, things will get easier. Seekhelp. Make authentic decision for yourself and no one else. Never give up HOPE!! Rose