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Cancer industry kills 19-year-old girl THREE times, but she keeps coming back to life


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(NaturalNews) Jessica Morgan Price, from Porthcawl, South Wales, was diagnosed with acute myeloid leukaemia in 2013. She was only 19 when she was diagnosed with this aggressive form of leukemia and immediately received chemotherapy.

Unfortunately, things turned for the worse. During her cancer treatment she caught a methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) infection and became so ill they had to put her in an induced coma as she suffered multiple organ failures and collapsed lungs.

Her heart stopped three times, and doctors prepared her family to say their goodbyes. Luckily, she was able to cling onto life and has now been in remission for a year.

Jessica, now a 21-year-old mortgage processor, said: "I believe that sometimes in life you have to go through hell to see the heaven just around the corner."

Where it all went wrong

After four weeks of feeling tired and run down with unexplained bruises and a lack of appetite, she went into the hospital for a regular blood test and was shocked when she was told she had an aggressive form of cancer. She was immediately referred for treatment including chemotherapy.

"The doctor asked me if I knew why I was at the hospital and I said I knew I was anaemic but he told me then that it was actually cancer," she was quoted as saying by WalesOnline.co.uk.

A tube known as a Hickman line was directly inserted into her chest to administer drugs and take blood samples. However, the tube left her with a life-threatening MRSA infection, and she had to be put on life support.

On top of that, she was also struggling with pleurisy pneumonia – an inflammation of the layer that covers the lungs – among other complications.

Miraculous recovery

As quoted by the Daily Mail, she said: "I ended up in intensive care and I was put into an induced coma. My family were told I wasn't going to make it through the first night due to how ill I was.

"My heart stopped three times but each time I came back."

The first time her heart stopped was due to a lack of oxygen coming through the ventilator. The second time, the ventilator was blocked by several blood clots. A senior doctor spent hours picking at the cloths to clear her airways.

While her family was told that she wouldn't make it and a third "death" occurred, she miraculously became stronger and was able to breathe on her own and come out of the coma.

Support matters

Slowly, she regained her strength and was able to sit up. It took her another six weeks of physiotherapy to regain mobility, and she stayed in the hospital for almost a year.

She needed to push herself to get better. The whole time, she kept friends updated and shared her progress via blog posts and social media. The support she received was what kept her going.

As reported by the Daily Mail, she said: "To get better I pushed myself to the point I couldn't push myself any more. It helped having the support from followers online to keep me going and send their best wishes."

She has now been in remission for a year and settled with her partner Jamie Perham, who helps her through the tougher days.

"He is so supportive and helps me through the down days," the Daily Mail quoted her saying. "We try and take each day as it comes and really make the most of them. I am getting stronger all the time."

Miss Morgan and her mother set up a charity called "Jessica's Dream." So far, they have raised about £7,000 (around $9,940 USD) to help others fight their leukemia battle. The money will be donated to The Little Princess Trust, Clic Sargent and The Teenage Cancer Trust, which helped her tremendously when she was ill.

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Sources for this article include:

DailyMail.co.uk

WalesOnline.co.uk

Science.NaturalNews.com

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