The coronavirus isn’t stopping some cancer patients from getting the support they need during treatment.
In Georgia, Stacy Franklin, whose breast cancer returned after six years and spread to her lungs, had to prepare to go to the hospital for surgery alone because of coronavirus, so her sorority sisters of Alpha Kappa Alpha (AKA) decided to send her off in style. Franklin’s sorority sisters showed up in front of her home and serenaded her with church hymns on the front lawn the day before her surgery.
Similarly, 15-year old Massachusetts native Sydney Harding, who had been diagnosed with stage IV Hodgkin’s lymphoma, headed to the hospital for her final cycle of chemotherapy. According to WHDH, Harding’s parents initially wanted to throw a party for the occasion, but had to cancel due to Covi Read More