Well, I don't mind really. Anyway, as long as you don't publish it, and have my name with it (or the watermark) it's fine by me. I think my aunt would like it.Also, only for the Self-Esteem presentation ^_^
Ah! Thank you! She is well really, although she can't turn her head anymore because of a metal plate, because of a swelling she had there (that's the scar on her back) Other then that, she's fine! I'm really proud that you will show them her story! Cancer is an awful thing, and in my opinion, not enough survivors are celebrated. (This was probably the worst English ever, but I'm so tired haha)
Oh I don't know sorry. She had obviously breast cancer, in a rather far state. And a tumour on her neck, and on her lungs. Other than that, I do not know. I'm sadly not a cancer expert, nor did we talk about it a lot. Sorry <3 The tumour on her neck was rather late, or well, it was kind of obvious that it was there, because it was the size of a baseball, so rather huge. But they had problems with the surgery because the position of it. I hope this kind of helps. The lungs were in an early state, it was found in a check up, it was because of the breast cancer that had spread.
I'll try to add that to my paper. Thank you so much for giving me permission to use your picture as well as her story. It is a good example for the fact that cancer is capable of spreading to other places, like how it did with her lungs and the tumor.