Cape Town woman on fighting to survive non-Hodskins Lymphoma cancer and how running has saved her

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Chantel Williams-Menziwa is battling Non-Hodgkin's lymphoma, again.
Chantel Williams-Menziwa is battling Non-Hodgkin's lymphoma, again.
Chantel Williams-Menziwa/Supplied

She didn’t even know this kind of cancer existed before it became her reality.  Now, just two years after first diagnosis, Chantel Williams-Menziwa is battling Non-Hodgkin's lymphoma, again.

The Cape Town-based mother of two was first diagnosed in 2017 and nothing could have prepared her for everything she would have to deal with. 

The cancer has since come back and the Cape Town airport firefighter is fighting it with everything she’s got, including running. 

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