Before Amanda Ferraro was diagnosed with Leukemia in May 2017, she had 7 previous brain surgeries for a cyst on her cerebellum. Her sister had brain cancer (PNET) when she was 6 years old, her aunt had Ewing sarcoma at 18 and her grandfather had lung cancer when Amanda was 13. She has been seeing the effects of cancer from an early age. She had induction chemo and four consolidation therapies the first time around and was told she was in remission on February 14, 2018. Unfortunately, six months later she relapsed and was given a 20% chance to live. After relapse, she had an induction chemo and then a Stem Cell Transplant. Today she is cancer-free!
Although every cancer patient's journey is different, she feels passionately about helping others get it. She doesn't let her story define her and never lets the cancer win. She managed to stay motivated and positive throughout everything she has been through and wants to help other cancer patients do the same.
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