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Nollywood actress marks 10-years of surviving dreadful pangs of breast cancer

Nollywood actress marks 10-years of surviving dreadful pangs of breast cancer

Nollywood actress Juliet Uzoma-Aguwa whose battle with breast cancer in the past is well documented sure has cause to celebrate at this time of the year.

She is over the moon considering the fact that it is already 10-years since she recovered from the dreadful disease.

The thespian whose name may not ring a bell in movie circles but appeared in several TV series and Talk Shows on NTA, Lagos, including drama series such as ‘Twist Away’ and ‘Memorial Hospital’ before she migrated to the USA said her world almost came crashing when she was diagnosed with breast cancer a few months after relocating.

Juliet, who is, however, thankful for this journey so far, says emphatically that she will “keep on riding the tide of life until it is time to get off”.

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“Life is an on-going road to a journey; some of us get off the journey unexpectedly, while some of us keep on that journey until our purpose is met. Till it is time to get off; I don’t know why this is my life and that is theirs. But I will keep ridding until it is time to get off. Pay it forward as promised to God; one thing is sure. All victory goes to God

“In all, I am humbled, thankful to God in my every breath; it is 10-years now of conquering breast cancer, I am a survivor!”

The humanitarian is now focused on Global Breast Cancer advocacy and producing cancer advocacy movies with features on the Oprah Winfrey network and magazine, U.S.A Today, “Woman magazine, Mo Abu and other media outlets.


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Ahmed Boulor

Boulor is a versatile journalist who is passionate about the world of arts, entertainment, politics and sports. He is also an ardent Arsenal FC fan.