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Without question, she switched up her life plans to care for me and has been by my side for needle pricks, blood drops, x-ray, fallen hairs and sleepless nights.

I was overwhelmed with her strength, compassion and eternal love.

Incredibly, nearly 70,000 Young Adults between 15-39 are diagnosed with cancer each year. This is a very important stat for me, because I fall in this category. Unlike every other age group, there has been no improvement in the 5-year survival of young adults in 30 years.

That means many young adults have the same chance of getting cancer and dying from it as they did in the 1970's. What's it like to go through something like this as a couple? Jenna, who lost her mom to breast cancer 5 years ago after a 13 year battle with breast cancer, was instantly thrust back into this community all over again.

Times when I felt like my whole body had turned against me. What's something those unfamiliar with cancer and Hodgkins Lymphoma are surprised to learn?

Ethan: Very few people around the world know that cancer kills more people than HIV/AIDS, malaria, and tuberculosis combined - until we get everyone to realize that, it will be tough to get them to act.

I'm sure Jenna thought she had paid her dues with cancer and given all that she could with her mother.

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But in 2009, when Ethan was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer, the two found themselves facing challenges that were far tougher than anything they dealt with on reality TV.

You have to be the pillar of strength even when you feel like you are crumbling to pieces inside.

I was the ying to Ethan's yang, or vice versa depending on the day.

At the same time while he will probably say that I was his strength and vital to his recovery (or at least I hope he will say that) I can say that being able to see him struggle but never give up even when cancer was trying to take over his body was a life changing experience for me.

I gained a whole new level of respect for him, and learned a lot about myself and how far we can push ourselves.

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