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It is hard to find true love but once you do make sure you never let it go. Because certain people are meant to be cherished throughout the lifetime. The ups and downs may come your way, but you stay strong, trust me that is the ultimate road to eternal happiness.
This dude is a lucky guy to have this girl by his side. The guy has been fighting Hodgkin's Lymphoma, a type of Cancer. He met this girl online, through video games. She soon moved in with him and had been by his side ever since.
The girl had posted the photos of his struggles through the disease online, and people had been asking for more then she posted some more, here's the pick.
With this, they are also spreading the message for stem cell donation which can save many lives, Be a donor, save a life. Join them.
She is an example of not only true love but also how people can stay firm through tough times.
He has obviously felt a lot pain but has conquered it with a smile.
The countless rounds of chemo haven't made him weak, he surely is stronger than ever.
He got air in his port, a direct line through which he gets his chemo drugs in. That could have easily killed him.
This thing really makes normal daily stuff really hard for him.
This is a picture after she moved in with him, she left NYC and flew across the country to live with him. This is actually bringing tears to my eyes.
These are actually Shane's (the guy) stem cells, which would be transplanted back into his body. With this click the girl also spreads the message of stem cell donation as there are many whose lives can be saved by this type of donation.
They had to stay in the hospital for couple of weeks, it is really hard to stay in for so long but he never took it out on anybody else but, was ever smiling and patient.
His PET scan after three months of transplant was all clean.
This is a positive sign as it shows recovery.
After winning the long battle he definitely must have been exhausted.
They are back to playing video games and having a great time in each other's company.
Remission doesn't necessarily mean that he's alright as they have o keep an eye open if it strikes back. As for now they are happy celebrating life.