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I cheated death twice

ASENA Senimoli survived two death experiences- her heart beat stopped, she felt the pain, slowly slipped away and was ready to go. But God saved her life those two times for a higher purpose.

Three years later, breast cancer survivor Senimoli looks back on life’s journey that has so far been truly interesting, blessed and fulfilling. In February 2009, Senimoli discovered a lump on her left breast. She showed no fear and visited a private consultant at Diyaz Health Centre for a check-up.

To her surprise, the doctor explained the lump was suspicious and probably cancerous. As a student of the Pacific Theological College pursuing a Bachelor Degree in Divinity, she did not want to be told she had cancer. But in 2010, her life changed when the doctors told her she only had five years to live. During that time, her hair was falling and her body hot. Senimoli needed was ice water to cool off. She was restless and the pain was overwhelming. 

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