Breast cancer: “I am a stronger person today”
Three women, three countries, three individual breast cancer stories. In the second part of this three-part series, Simran Sethi talks about her journey of self-realization after being diagnosed with cancer amid the pandemic. Simran (49) loves to shop, and she arranged to meet our journalist and photographer at the Dilli Haat market in Pitampura, north Delhi, on a hot and humid afternoon.
Simran’s life hasn’t got back to normal either — it’s been a particularly difficult year for her.
A delayed diagnosis
‘My life is over’
Counting her blessings
1Breast cancer that has extended beyond the immediate region of the tumor.
-  https://www.breastcancerindia.net/statistics/latest_statistics_breast_cancer_india.html
- The shooting/the interview/fotoshooting took place under all necessary health and safety measures according to local Covid-19 regulations.
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