This Girl Receives A Life Threat From Sunlight, Shocking!

This Girl Receives A Life Threat From Sunlight, Shocking!
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One young lady possesses a fatal threat from the sun. Andrea Monroy, 23, who was born with a rare skin condition, she might be a victim to cancer who got her skin exposed to sunlight. This has made life tough for her, but she is managing to smile through it and we believe that's all that matters anyway.

Here is the story of her life and struggles.

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Andrea Monroy was born with a rare skin condition called xeroderma pigmentosum.

Andrea Monroy was born with a rare skin condition called xeroderma pigmentosum.

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This means that her body cannot repair the damages that happen to her due to the sun's UV rays.

This means that her body cannot repair the damages that happen to her due to the sun's UV rays.
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This condition of her was diagnosed when she was 5. Since then life has been very different for her. She never went to school, had tinted glasses and pulled curtains always, and had to wear gloves and hats made up of special materials.

This condition of her was diagnosed when she was 5. Since then life has been very different for her. She never went to school,  had tinted glasses and pulled curtains always, and had to wear gloves and hats made up of special materials.
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Now she shares all her experiences right since her childhood on her blog and YouTube channel NightLensBlog in order to help others with the same condtions.

Now she shares all her experiences right since her childhood on her blog and YouTube channel NightLensBlog in order to help others with the same condtions.
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"I live each day, day by day. I don't want to think about the future I just want people in general to live and love life to fullest. Life is hard but there is always a way to make the most of it", she says.

"I live each day, day by day. I don't want to think about the future I just want people in general to live and love life to fullest. Life is hard but there is always a way to make the most of it", she says.
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WittyFeed salutes this brave-heart for going on, because it doesn't matter how hard you hit life, what matters is how hard you get hit and still keep moving.

WittyFeed salutes this brave-heart for going on, because it doesn't matter how hard you hit life, what matters is how hard you get hit and still keep moving.
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