Fighting Cancer in Your 20s: Lessons Learned
Rose Egge never thought she would be facing a cancer diagnosis at 25 years old. After discovering a tumor on her spine, doctors diagnosed Rose with acute lymphoblastic lymphoma, a rare type of blood cancer. Following months of treatment, Rose is now considered cancer free. She shares her journey with us and how she discovered that "living through something like cancer comes with one incredible gift: Life." Now, Rose helps other young adults cope with a cancer diagnosis through her foundation, Thrive Through Cancer.
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Acute lymphoblastic lymphoma patientRose Egge is a reporter living in Seattle. At age 25, doctors discovered a tumor on her spine and diagnosed her with acute lymphoblastic lymphoma, a rare type of blood cancer. After undergoing months of treatment, doctors are now unable to find any evidence of cancer in Rose's body. Rose writes a blog for KOMO News about her experience and started a... more >