Diagnosed at 19, Ovarian Cancer Survivor, Natalie Coxe, Hopes Young Women Facing The Disease Will Have ‘Faith Not Fear’

Published Jun 3, 2020

Diagnosed at 19, Ovarian Cancer Survivor, Natalie Coxe, Hopes Young Women Facing The Disease Will Have ‘Faith Not Fear’

When she couldn't find a book for young people, she wrote one herself and now hopes "Nattitude: Fighting Cancer, Surviving, and Making the Choice to Keep Living" will inspire and guide others.

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