I WILL SURVIVE

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In February 2012, I was diagnosed with two cancers of the blood: Stage 4 Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma and Stage 3 Multiple Myeloma. 3 years later, in December, 2015, I got breast cancer: Invasive Ductal Carcinoma.
This website, which includes my blog, my podcast, my videos, my book, and other services that I provide, is an attempt to share my journey with you from a place of vulnerability – – my fears, my hopes and the countless blessings along the way. I hope that my experiences will give you the courage and optimism to battle through your own difficulties and challenges.
Like the Mighty Oak Tree whose leaves and branches are constantly tested by the wind, these cancers have tested my strength beyond measure. With your continued prayers and support, and with God’s grace, I will embrace this journey – and all its learnings and blessings – with hope and love.
– Munira

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COVID-19: A Cancer Survivor’s Perspective

While COVID-19 is a global, far-reaching pandemic, I am struck by the parallels I see between it and people dealing with life-threatening diseases.

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Munira Version 3.0

As I walked into the Day Hospital on the 14th Floor of The Princess Margaret Cancer Centre, I was overcome with emotion …

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OMG! OMG! OMG!

Ready for the stem cell transplant…

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Chemo’s done!

Between my 15th and 16th chemo treatments, to Vancouver and back. Then, I rang the Bravery Bell to signify that Chemo’s Done! Now, onto the Stem Cell Transplant.

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Time for new experiences

I have now completed 12 chemos out of 16, and expect to have the chemo regimen completed by November 9th.

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Munira Premji, Author

Against all odds, my book, currently titled, Choosing Hope: 1 Woman, 3 Cancers., will be published in the spring of 2020 under the banner of …

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Appointments, Schedules and Calendars

At this rate, I will be practically living in the hospital and the year will be over before I know it.  And during this period, …

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I love Dexa! I hate Dexa!

As part of my weekly CyBorD chemotherapy treatment, I take 40 mg of Dexamethasone on treatment day — Saturday.  I apologize in advance to Nagib …

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