Battaglia Monologue

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Battaglia: It’s scary to know that all this treatment and cancer could, make me die. And it would just be scary because it would be hard on all my family. it would just be a complete different life for them. I would like to grow up and do everything I want to do, and to be able to be happy.

Battaglia: I want to live so I can have a future. So that I can grow up to be an anesthesiologist and go to UCLA school of medicine. I would be super fun to have a future ahead of me instead of you know dying and not being able to have the opportunity to be what I want to be.

Battaglia: I believe I got cancer because I heard the saying that god gives his toughest battles to his strongest soldiers. I honestly believe I am one of his strongest soldiers.
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Ill at least be happy and not be miserable going through all of this

Battaglia: Sometimes I think how death would look like, walking up to the pearly gates looking all peaceful and beautiful and nice and there would be nothing wrong.

Battaglia: If I don’t make it I want people to remember me as the fun random dancing girl. Who is FABULOUS, and I don’t want them to remember me as oh she had cancer and passed away.

Battaglia: When and If I am no longer here, I want my friends and family to respond by, they can grieve for me but I don’t want them to think it’s the end of the world.

Battaglia: At my funeral, I want people to be happy and celebrate my happy life. She tried hard, I don’t want them to be black and dark.

Me: Weather you live to be 100 or 13 you have reached people in so many ways others haven’t. how does this make you feel?

Battaglia: In some ways, I feel bad that because I shouldn’t be the one doing it. There should be so many others doing it, Its weird. In other words, I feel really honored to be able to help other
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If it happens then it happens but at this point I’m not in any pain, I don’t feel any different, I’m on a lotus chemos, so I feel like I’m at least a little bit stable, it’s just I’m not thinking about it, sometimes it will hit my like I have two types of cancer and there is nothing to control it anymore and I’ll just cry, but for right now I’m just going to do everything that I want to do and just live while I can, the doctor didn’t say I’m going to die tomorrow, like I’m not going to die tomorrow, well I don’t know that, but what I’m saying is it’s not that severe the cancer is all over my body it’s just starting and I’m not really thinking about it and if I set my heart on it that I’m going to be okay, I’m going to be okay. I mean no one can say that the doctors can’t say I’m going to die tomorrow, the doctors can’t say I’m going to be okay no one can really say that but just to live in the moment that I have, live every moment like it’s your last

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