Marley was only 3 months old when I was diagnosed

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Months after giving birth to her daughter, Natasha was diagnosed with stage 4 melanoma. She had numerous cancers throughout her body and the outlook was terrible.

“I was told that with Stage 4 metastatic melanoma, I would be lucky to have six months.”

Melanoma is often seen to behave aggressively when women become pregnant and understanding the reason for this is a major area of research for the ONJ Centre.

Fortunately for Natasha, she is responding very well to immunotherapy treatment at the ONJ Centre and is currently cancer free.

But because of the risk of her cancer returning, Natasha has been advised not to have any more children. The risk is just too high.

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