SA inspired by lady who beat cancer and graduated with degree

SA inspired by lady who beat cancer and graduated with degree

- A young woman was commended for her bravery and ability to overcome the odds

- A few years ago, she was diagnosed with cancer and eventually paralysed

- She eventually overcame the illness and recently graduated from the University of Pretoria

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South Africans rallied to heap praise on a brave young lady who is defying the odds on a regular basis.

Kenzo Lobs took to the #ImStaying Facebook group on Saturday and shared a truly inspirational story about her daughter, Dudu. learnt that Dudu was diagnosed with cancer a few years ago. She was tragically paralysed from the waist down following a lumber punch procedure.

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However, Dudu was determined not to let adversity block her chances of success and eventually beat the illness.

Incredibly, Dudu completed her degree at the University of Pretoria and followed this up with a Diploma in Journalism with Rosebank College.

Kenzo revealed that Dudu has started job hunting and with her can-do attitude, it surely is only a matter of time before she lands the job of her dreams.

A screenshot of the touching post can be seen below.

SA inspired by lady who beat cancer and graduated with degree
Facebook: #ImStaying
Source: Facebook

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Mahmooda Abderoef-Majiet said,

"I wish you all the success. Ameen. Love it."

Adélia Carreira added,

"God bless your beautiful, amazing daughter. All the best for a brilliant future."

Penny Viljoen said,

"You are to be highly commended Dudu. No only are you a beautiful young lady, but have determination and desire to get ahead in life."

Meanwhile, previously reported that a woman has shared an encouraging story about resilience on social media.

The paralysed lady revealed how she was able to walk down the aisle for her wedding.

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