A woman who was given just days to live after being diagnosed with blood cancer has revealed how she set up a thriving business during her chemotherapy treatment. Natasha Applebaum, 33, who grew up in Chigwell, Essex, was ‘in a state of shock’ when she discovered a large lump in her chest and was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukaemia at just 27-years-old. The entrepreneur, who had worked for Uber Technologies, revealed doctors said she was ‘very sick’, telling FEMAIL: ‘[My doctor] said I had a day or so to live, with the tumour being so close to my heart.’ After starting treatment, she decided to launch a business selling candles online which she hopes will inspire others that ‘there is a light at the end of the tunnel’. Natasha Applebaum (pictured at her desk in hospital), 33, who grew up in Chigwell, Essex, was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukaemia at 27 years old Natasha said she had been feeling well and working hard in her role for Uber when she discovered a lump in her breast which doctors told her was cancer. She explained: ’I was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukaemia (‘ALL’ – known to be the most aggressive type of the 4… Read full this story
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