14-year-old girl reveals how she beat cancer, social media rejoices with her

14-year-old girl reveals how she beat cancer, social media rejoices with her

- Defeating illness is one of the things worth celebrating in life, and a 14-year-old girl identified as Queen has just done that

- The teenager took to her Twitter page to disclose that she was diagnosed with lymphoma eight months ago and that she has beaten the cancer

- Tweeps flooded her comment section to congratulate her for giving the cancer a bloody nose

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A 14-year-old Zimbabwean girl simply identified as Queen has taken to Twitter to disclose how she defeated lymphoma.

According to Mayo Clinic, lymphoma is a cancer of the lymphatic system, which is part of the body's germ-fighting network.

Queen with the Twitter handle @Melissatana11 said she was diagnosed with lymphoma eight months ago, adding that she had her chemotherapy and God came through for her.

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Social media reacts as 14-year-old girl reveals how she beat cancer

Queen says she was diagnosed with lymphoma eight months ago and that she has beaten the cancer. Photo credit: @Melissatana11/Twitter
Source: UGC

She tweeted: "I am only 14 years old and 8 months ago I got diagnosed with lymphoma cancer. I Had my chemo, God came through and I beat it."

Tweeps took to the comment section of her tweet to congratulate her on her victory against cancer.

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Robert Makuku with the Twitter handle @RobertMakuku wrote: "God is great, and to you thanks for being strong. Stay brave and positive."

Another Twitter user with the handle @PertuniaHleta wrote: "You're the light and a survivor. Glory be to the lord for your life."

@Tshidax61 wrote: "Praise to God. Stay strong. Upward and forward mogirl."

@simelanemlu wrote: "Bless you. May you continue being a living testimony and an inspiration to many. Keep shining."

Below are other reactions:

In other news, a Lashawn Flowers, a hardworking Black woman who gave birth when she was only 16, now works together with the baby girl she gave birth to as joint-CEOs.

According to a report by Blackbusiness.com, the 51-year-old mother and her 35-year-old daughter named Shanita Vickers just bought themselves two Black-owned gas stations in South Florida, United States.

As Shell franchisees, the two are making history as women entrepreneurs and causing quite a stir on social media.

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