‘No way’: The most difficult parts of living with cancer

Al Jazeera’s Sami Hani says there’s no way for a person to have the healthiest life while living with a cancer diagnosis.

Sami’s family has lived in the United Arab Emirates for almost two decades.

They are not the only ones who have struggled to keep their health.

Al Jazeera spoke to Sami about living with the cancer and what it has meant for her life.

Alias: Sami Ibrahim Sami is an Arabic-language reporter based in Dubai.

She is a journalist and producer of the Al Jazeera Arabic service.

Her first book was published in 2017.

She has also contributed to Al Jazeera in English and Arabic.

She earned her Ph.

D in political science from Columbia University in New York.

Samia Hani is an American woman who was diagnosed with stage 4 breast cancer in October 2017.

Samira has a son and two daughters.

She lives in New Jersey.

She also has a brother who is a physician and has been treated for the disease.

Samisa says the hardest part of living is when she first finds out her cancer is stage 4.

She says there are lots of things that make it hard to get through the day.

She describes being afraid of not being able to work.

Samika says her husband, who is also a doctor, was so worried about her health that he didn’t take her to the doctor’s office for six months.

Samima says her doctors said they would have to do surgery and a radiation treatment to remove the tumor.

The cancer has spread to her spine and lungs.

Samikah says her cancer has made her more depressed.

She’s still very anxious.

Samiya says her family has not been able to keep up with her treatment and that she feels hopeless.

She feels that she needs help to get by.

Samisha says she was scared to go to a doctor.

Samida says the treatment she had was the same as what her family had given her.

She was not given the same treatment.

Samitah says she has had a lot of friends who were also diagnosed with breast cancer and they were worried about what would happen to them.

Samisi says her son and daughter both live with cancer.

She believes it’s her responsibility to get to the hospital and get her treatments.

She knows it’s not possible.

Alisa says that being a cancer survivor has been the most challenging thing for her.

The most painful part for me was not being there to protect her.

Alisia says she is also suffering from depression and anxiety.

She suffers from anxiety that she knows will only get worse as she gets older.

Aliza says her mom is very close to her and that they’ve tried to help each other with everything.

She remembers her mom saying, “Mom, it is hard, but you know what?

You have to keep going.”

Aliza is currently living in a nursing home with her parents.

She still has to take her medication.

Alissa says that she wants to get her treatment in the UAE and has also been advised by her friends that she should seek medical help abroad.

The treatment she has received is different from what her friends have received in the US.

Alizia says her treatment has been very different.

She said that they have a lot less radiation and she also have a lower chance of getting cancer.

Aliya has been able help other people who have cancer by donating their services.

She and her family are not alone.

Aliyas father, Ali, also has cancer.

Ali says that his cancer is not so bad, but his treatment is not the same.

He says that it’s difficult to have this kind of treatment in an Islamic country like the UAE.

He hopes that other people will also be able to receive this treatment in a Muslim country like Dubai.

Alia has also met with other people with breast and lung cancer.

Her father Ali, who lives in Dubai, says that people with cancer can’t wait for their treatment to be complete.

Alya says that her family and she want to help others who are living with breast or lung cancer to live their lives in peace and dignity.

Ali says that he is not afraid to fight for a cure for cancer.

He is also very grateful for the treatment he and his family receive.

Aliana says she feels like her cancer treatment was very expensive.

She hopes that people who are in this situation can find a way to make their lives better.

Aliah is the co-founder of the UAE Breast Cancer Foundation and is also working to bring the disease under the public spotlight.

Alifa is the founder of UAE Breast cancer awareness group and the president of the International Association of Breast Cancer (IABC).

Alifa says that women have the right to make the decision about their treatment.

The IABBC has been fighting for a decade to bring breast cancer under the spotlight.

The group says that over 30,000 people have died of breast cancer, including more than 8,000 women