Don’t want to identify cancer victim in everyday life: Lisa Ray


Model-actress Lisa Ray believes that all of us are a victim of bravery, and says that she does not want her own identity as a cancer victim. Lisa was a speaker at the Tata Literature Live held in Mumbai, which concluded on Sunday. Lisa talks about her journey to cancer and her memoir ‘Close to the Bone’ released this year. Asked whether the people who won the battle with cancer after a time should come out of that badge? To this, Lisa agreed, and said, “We are all victims, there are many weird peoples, and ‘Cancer Survivor’ is one of them.

Model-actress Lisa Ray believes that all of us are a victim of bravery, and says that she does not want her own identity as a cancer victim.

Don't want to identify cancer victim in everyday life: Lisa Ray
Don’t want to identify cancer victim in everyday life: Lisa Ray

” Personally, I do not want to be identified in everyday life. I don’t want to wake up every morning thinking, ‘Hey, I’m a Cancer Survivor.’ I am me I have had many good experiences through my cancer experience. “Lisa said in a conversation with IANS, “We don’t give ourselves a title, other people give such a title. In India, we probably like to give people such names. In 2009, multiple myeloma was diagnosed in Liza. It is a rare type of blood cancer. Lisa has also written a book about her journey. Talking of work, Lisa will be seen in the second season of the web series ‘Four More Shots Please’.

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