When Amy Rule from Newark, Ohio, first began to get sick, her doctors thought she had bronchitis. It wasn’t until she’d been suffering for several months that she found out she actually had primal mediastinal lymphoma.
The treatment took an emotional toll on Amy and she became depressed. In an effort to try and counter her depression, she decided to start a photographic diary of her journey through treatment.
According to a report on 10tv.com, the mother-of-three wasn’t really sure what she would do with her pictures, but documenting her six-month in-patient chemotherapy treatment helped her through some of the toughest times. She’s now an inspiration to others undergoing cancer treatment.
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