Gnilane first noticed the small lump on her face when she was 15 years old. At first, she didn’t think anything of it and figured it would go away. The young and carefree teenager continued with her studies, and after receiving her secondary school diploma, she went on to high school. However, as she continued to grow, so did the lump, and after four years, the tiny mass in her jaw had developed into a large tumor.
Gnilane had no other alternative than to have it removed; however, shortly after, the tumor began to re-emerge. At first, Gnilane did not … Continue reading