Inspiring stories of women with cancer.
Humans also have plans but God decides. Woman named Jemma Webb died 90 minutes before.
The woman named Jemma Webb. He plans to marry her fiance, last Saturday at around 16:30 local time, but he died at 15.00. Webb died at the age of just turned 32 years old. He was buried on Tuesday (27/3).
Their marriage will take place next April, but due to the condition that Webb had begun to deteriorate due to ovarian cancer who suffered, the marriage was decided to be held as soon as possible.
When giving a speech to deliver the body of her fiance, Alex felt sad heart. But she felt her lover many inspired many women to fight ovarian cancer. "Actually it was the day our happiness," says Alex. "At 14:00 hours the condition suddenly gets worse and not long after he''s gone," added Alex.
"He was always optimistic to beat his illness and he told everyone who experienced it to motivate them," said Alex. "Jemma may have cancer but everyone was amazed with what it does to fight the disease," added Alex.
Jemma Webb first experienced symptoms of cancer in 2008 and began undergoing chemotherapy in February 2010. He worked with Alex at EDF Energy in Exter and be close just nine months before the death of Jemma.
Alex did not know if the women had cancer that her idol at the beginning of the introduction. "I do not know if he''s sick," he said.
"We had a normal relationship like most people, but two months later direct the cancer spread to the liver and lungs and I had to stay beside her, because I love it" says Alex.
Month of January 2012 Alex began planning to make the wedding, but she just got married 18 April schedule in Colehayes Park, a Grade II Georgian mansion in the Dartmoor National Park.
But on March 16, the couple decided to advance the wedding date because of deteriorating health Jemma. They arranged for special permission to register their marriage with a ceremony planned to take place at 16.30 on March 17. But Jemma died at 15.00 pm, in addition to Alex and his family.
Janet, the mother of Jemma explained that if her daughter was incorporated in the foundation''s Eve Appeal to fight the cancer research. Jemma is also trying hard to get money for the foundation for research on cancer. "He''s very inspiring. He always thought seorlah if tomorrow will be better," said Janet.
"He always said to people with cancer who are always eager to give up in order to live and not surrender to the disease," he added.
In the course of a cancer campaign, Jemma also tried to convey the message to young women in order to understand the dangers of ovarian cancer that was mentioned by juliukan ''silent killer''.
Jemma has proved an inspiration for women with cancer. Many compliments on him.
Liz Engel, of the foundation''s Eve Appeal tells of his first meeting with an impressive Jemma. "I first communicate with Jemma in 2009 when he wrote to me about his illness and the fear that most people he knows are not aware of the risks or symptoms associated with ovarian cancer," he said.
"While living in the shadow of cancer, he tried to petrify us to tell other people, especially young women about the dangers of ovarian cancer," he explained."I am glad to meet with Jemma because it always seemed happy," added Liz.