Mother with Cancer Makes Remarkable Recovery

The doctor provided her meds, and the lump got littler. In any case, it developed again until she was on the 32nd week of her pregnancy.

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Ashley Hallford believed that her dream of having a big family died after she was diagnosed with terminal cancer.

At the time, she was still pregnant with Harley, her son with her husband David. Ashley, from Douglasville, Georgia, survived the startling part of her life.

However, before her family grew, she described her trial. The young mother said she initially thought that cancer, which shaped an irregularity in her neck, was a normal swelling of lymph nodes.

The doctor provided her meds, and the lump got littler. In any case, it developed again until she was on the 32nd week of her pregnancy.

Ashley requested a biopsy after the lump grew uncontrollably. She was shocked to learn she had cancer. However, the specialists couldn't distinguish what sort of cancer it was.


The doctors concurred that hormonal factors might have caused cancer. On the 33rd week of pregnancy, Ashley gave birth to Harley in November 2007. The boy was in sound health.

After four days, Ashley underwent surgery to expel the tumor from her neck. An assessment after the operation demonstrated cancer had spread to her brain, lungs, and liver.

The brain tumor was directly behind her optic nerve, and it couldn't be surgically removed. As cancer grew, Ashley lost sight in her right eye.

Ashley and David prepared for the worst, even as she underwent chemotherapy and different medications. The couple made videos and took pictures, so their son Harley would have something to remember his mother by.


Ashley's dread disappeared at the following examination on her wellbeing after her doctor, Dr. Debra Miller, gave her a piece of good news: No indication of cancer cells in her body. Ashley could not believe the miracle.

"Theoretically, with stage 4 cancer, you're not curable... After her first round of treatment, more disease was found in her lungs, and she was retreated. After that, she's been disease-free… it's nothing short of miraculous," Dr. Miller explained.

Ashley chose to proceed with her chemotherapy for an additional half-year, and the outcomes were the same: She was free from cancer and, her right eye became healthy again.

Ashley celebrated the ninth year of cancer remission in July 2017. After Harley, Ashley bore two additional youngsters with David. Dream fulfilled.





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