What is the most deadliest disease in the world?
By Sj Alberto
Naga City, Philippines
• Naga City, Philippines
Yeah.Im a brain cancer survivor and I was diagnosed when I was 2 and like every vacation I will visit my doctor to do checkups,lab tests,mri,ct scan and my doctors said I will only live at the age of 15 but they was shocked cause Im still alive and at my last check up 3 years ago my doctors said I dont have brain cancer anymore Im really happy about it and I really do believe in miracles and prayers
• Stockport, England
A lot more people survive cancer nowadays and people are very aware of it. Several years ago, I had a stroke which turned my life upside down. None of my family or colleagues understood as I was the first stroke survivor they had ever met. Apart from a car crash, I can't think of anything other than stroke which is capable of rendering you permanently disabled within the space of a few minutes. However, for my family, cancer has definitely been the biggest killer. Congratulations on being a survivor.