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Young PE woman battles the odds in her 7-year fight against cancer

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Natasha Brown is a walking miracle and inpiration. (Photo: Supplied)
Natasha Brown is a walking miracle and inpiration. (Photo: Supplied)

Natasha Brown’s bald, scarred scalp is a daily reminder of her long battle against the deadliest form of brain cancer. 

More than most, Natasha (28), who lives in Port Elizabeth, knows that life doesn’t come with any guarantees, yet despite what she has endured, she maintains a positive spirit – living each day as if it could be her last. 

“I always say, you could be hit by a bus tomorrow, so why not make today your last and live it. You can’t give up. Yes, have bad days but you are also going to have awesome days,” she tells YOU a few weeks after she had surgery to remove a growth from her brain.

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