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Mujer da a luz a un bebé sano tras recibir quimioterapias durante su embarazo

Oct 23, 2019

La historia de Jade Davis se dio a conocer a través de Instagram

“Tenía cáncer de mama triple negativo, es el más difícil de tratar”, contó su hermana

Jade Davis, una mujer de 36 años de edad, originaria de California, EU, fue diagnosticada con cáncer de mama en febrero de este año y a pesar de haberse sometido a un tratamiento con quimioterapia durante su embarazo dio a luz a un niño completamente sano.

La historia de Davis fue compartida por su hermana a través de una fotografía en Instagram.

“En el primer trimestre de este sorprendente y milagroso embarazo, mi hermana descubrió un bulto en su pecho. Tenía cáncer de mama triple negativo, es el más difícil de tratar, en estadio 2. Los médicos le dijeron que su bebé no podría soportar el tratamiento necesario para su supervivencia”, escribió Jasmine al pie de la imagen.

“Estoy orgullosa de ella, no solo porque haya sobrevivido al cáncer, sino cómo ha cambiado su perspectiva sobre la vida. Su corazón está lleno de gratitud y humildad debido al camino que ha tenido que recorrer estos últimos meses”, agregó.

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This is my sister. Instagram is such a fun space for me. I get to share photos of things I love, enjoy and cherish. I share with you often. The laughs, the fun, the smiles of joy, but I left this part of this past year out. Although I wanted to share this with you all, it wasn’t my story to share. My sister Jade is a beauty. She hasn’t had an easy go, she’s made mistakes but she’s been given a gift from God. In her 1st trimester of this surprising and miraculous pregnancy, she discovered a lump in her breast. After Insisting to have it biopsied and advocating for herself, the biopsy revealed her worst fears. Stage 2 Triple Negative Breast Cancer. She was told the baby she was carrying was too young to survive treatments. Carefully weighing options she found #lomalindacancercenter and their wonderful doctors were able to save both of them. Bradley was born and survived cancer and chemotherapy with mom. He is healthy and beautiful. He is her miracle. Without the pregnancy and instinctively advocating for her health and that of Bradley’s, the cancer may have gone unchecked and they both may not be here. I’m proud of her, not just because she survived cancer but the positive perspective she has gained. Her heart is so full of gratitude and humility from the compassion she was shown through out her journey. I’m also proud of the community that has shown her love and compassion. She is incredibly moved by all of it and is being shown a new direction and wants to help others with similar stories. Scans have shown this aggressive cancer did not spread, but we want to give her extra time before returning to work full time. She needs time to heal and recover from the whirlwind year but also to start a new chapter and journey with her baby. Please share her story with someone you may know who needs a little encouragement to keep fighting. We have set her up with a GoFundMe (link in bio) in hopes she can get that extra needed time bonding with him. Please don’t feel obligated but a share, & prayers/good vibes are always appreciated 🙏🏻💗 Again this is my little sister and I’m so proud of her. •VENMO @jadehonestydevis @jadehonestyvazquez

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De acuerdo con la publicación de Jasmine, el cáncer de Davis parece ya no haberse propagado, por lo que se encuentra en recuperación y disfrutando de su pequeño Bradley antes de que pueda regresar al trabajo.

Mientras eso ocurre, Jasmine creó una campaña en Gofundme para ayudar a su hermana para que se mantenga y pueda disfrutar a su hijo sin trabajar, informó El País. 

 

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