Our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy have changed. We think you'll like them better this way.

Glioblastoma brain cancer , 18 yr old Megan's Courage & HOPE

  • Broadcast in Religion
Hopes Not a Crime XShellie Nichol

Hopes Not a Crime XShellie Nichol


Follow This Show

If you liked this show, you should follow Hopes Not a Crime XShellie Nichol.


The average teenage girl spends hours on the phone, chatting away, day dreaming and planning out their next adventure to the mall. The average teenage girl spends countless hours in the bathroom, stroking their beautiful hair, curling it, teasing it and making sure it is picture perfect. Well Megan is certainly no “average” teenage girl, she spends countless hours on the phone with doctors planning out her treatment, and instead of brushing her long beautiful hair, she admires her beautiful balled head because she lost her luscious golden locks to chemotherapy. Yep the average girl would complain about all this, but as I said before Megan is no average girl.

In May of 2011, Megan was diagnosed with Grade 4 Glioblastoma brain cancer and given two years to live.  Well this tenacious young lady wouldn’t hear of it, her spunk for life and her “will not be defeated” attitude has proven to bring her healing, strength and I have officially named her a Hope Ambassador! One listen to her voice and you can practically see rays of sunshine, her giggle is infectious and her smile is radiant.

Don’t miss this beautiful story and opportunity to call in and give support to this most precious young lady.