Cancer survivors get a chance to dress up and celebrate success
OMAHA, Nebraska (Nebraska) — The fight against cancer is not very good. From chemotherapy to debilitating pain, the disease causes numerous losses to a person’s appearance, but can never deprive a person of inner beauty.
That’s the message of the Methodist Health survivor show, where survivors get the chance to dress up in special outfits and make up and celebrate their resilience in the face of the brutality of cancer.
This year is special. This is not only the first time Methodist has held an exhibition in two years, but also the 10th anniversary.
3 News Now spoke to a breast cancer survivor while volunteers did their hair and makeup for Tuesday night.
“I think tonight is going to be amazing. I think everyone has been waiting for this and it makes you feel like everything is back to normal again. So I think it’s going to be amazing tonight,” said Christy Cornish, a cancer survivor.