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Video: Girl went bald to support her mother’s journey through breast cancer

--Courtesy "facebook/protectyourmom/"

Dubai: Premi Mathew, founder of Protect Your Mom campaign shared a video on her Facebook profile about a seven-year old girl who goes bald to support her cancer-struck mother. Her mother is suffering with breast cancer.

In the video, Elizabeth Mathew Abraham speaks about how she was diagnosed with cancer. She also speaks about how she coped with the disease.

Make sure your mom checks for tiny painless stones!7 year old Maria went bald to support her moms journey through breast cancer!Early detection can save 500000 lives lost every year just because ladies ignore signs of breast cancer!Find out more at www.protectyourmom.asia#pym #protectyourmom #theyearofgiving #breastcancer #cancerawareness #keralacan

Posted by Protect your Mom Campaign on Friday, 3 March 2017

Elizabeth’s third daughter, Maria who is seven-year-old decided to go bald to support her mother who lost her hairs due to chemo therapy.

Can stole her hair!But I will never let it steal my mom!

We met 7 year old Maria who went bald for her mom!Never throw away hair . It means the world to a chemo patient. Find out how you can volunteer at http://www.protectyourmom.asia/be-part-of-pym#pym #protectyourmom #breastcancer #breastcancerawareness #hair #hairstyle #donate #bald

Posted by Protect your Mom Campaign on Sunday, 26 February 2017

Speaking on the breast cancer, Maria urged women to go for early diagnosis.

How we fought and beat cancer!!Elizabeth Mathew Abraham describes how she found cancer cos her eldest daughter pestered her to get herself checked , little one went bald and the awesome support system which helped them cope with cancer.Click on videos at Protect your Mom Campaign to find more storieswww.protectyourmom,asia#pym #protectyourmom #breastcancerawareness #theyearofgiving #chemo #fightcancer

Posted by Protect your Mom Campaign on Friday, 24 February 2017