- Defeating illness is one of the things worth celebrating in life, and a 14-year-old girl identified as Queen has just done that
- The teenager took to her Twitter page to disclose that she was diagnosed with lymphoma eight months ago and that she has beaten the cancer
- Tweeps flooded her comment section to congratulate her for giving the cancer a bloody nose
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A 14-year-old Zimbabwean girl simply identified as Queen has taken to Twitter to disclose how she defeated lymphoma.
According to Mayo Clinic, lymphoma is a cancer of the lymphatic system, which is part of the body's germ-fighting network.
Queen with the Twitter handle @Melissatana11 said she was diagnosed with lymphoma eight months ago, adding that she had her chemotherapy and God came through for her.
She tweeted: "I am only 14 years old and 8 months ago I got diagnosed with lymphoma cancer. I Had my chemo, God came through and I beat it."
Tweeps took to the comment section of her tweet to congratulate her on her victory against cancer.
Robert Makuku with the Twitter handle @RobertMakuku wrote: "God is great, and to you thanks for being strong. Stay brave and positive."
Another Twitter user with the handle @PertuniaHleta wrote: "You're the light and a survivor. Glory be to the lord for your life."
@Tshidax61 wrote: "Praise to God. Stay strong. Upward and forward mogirl."
@simelanemlu wrote: "Bless you. May you continue being a living testimony and an inspiration to many. Keep shining."
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In other news, a woman identified as Trisha Taylor welcomed a baby boy with her husband despite doctors' warning because of her disability.
The 31-year-old woman from the United States is 2ft 10in while husband is 6ft 1in. She was diagnosed with osteogenesis imperfecta (OI).
Doctors warned Trisha that the baby could crush her from the inside, but she was not going to give up on her dream of being a mum.
Trisha, who has been in a wheelchair for most of her life, had two miscarriages before finally delivering her son through a caesarean section.
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