Teen with Terminal Brain Cancer Shares the Heart-Wrenching Reality of Her Final Days

samantha ann clark 17-year-old with terminal cancer

Samantha Ann Clark, a teen with terminal brain cancer, shares the heart-wrenching reality of her final days.

When she was two years old, doctors diagnosed Samantha Ann Clark with a rare type of cancer. She had emergency surgery to remove it. But the cancer returned a couple of years later.

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Samantha doesn't know how much longer she has and is trying to live what little life she has left in the best way possible.

Her legacy will be her videos. “This is how I have dreamt of leaving my mark on the world, by sharing my story with all of you guys,” she said.

Samantha Ann Clark Documents Her Last Days

Typically teens dream of graduating high school, and going off to college, but not Samantha. She dreams of having a good day here and there to enjoy what little time she has left.

She's shared her story with the world and has amassed over a million followers on social media, and she appreciates everyone who's watched her videos.

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“I want to thank each and every one of you who have been helping me get it out there and who are following along. This is how I want my legacy to be. I’ve always dreamt of people listening to my one-of-a-kind story,” she said.

In the meantime, Samantha Ann Clark is making the most of each precious day despite her body being riddled with pain. One of the things on her bucket list she got to accomplish was marrying the love of her life, Brayden Gottfried. They had a small, meaningful ceremony surrounded by friends and family.

Now that she's in hospice, she spends most days sleeping, taking medications, and making videos.

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@sammy_ann_ Day as a 17 year old terminal cancer kid not pictured is my lovely husband taking care of everything I need #marriedlife #cancer #terminal #fakebody #childhoodcancerawareness ♬ original sound – samantha Clark

Samantha Ann Clark Shares Her Story

Through Samantha's story, she is showing the world that life is shorter than we think. Her story is teaching us to steward our lives wisely and live with gratitude for the time the Lord has given us.

Each day is a gift. I pray God comforts Samantha Ann Clark, and she will one day know what it's like to be cancer free when she meets Jesus face to face.

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"You do not know what will happen tomorrow. For what is your life? It is even a vapor that appears for a little time and then vanishes away" James 4:14.

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Things like this are the hard parts and ruff side to dealing with terminal cancer #triggerwarning #childhoodcancerawareness #terminal #cancerkid #hospice

♬ original sound – samantha Clark

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h/t: Daily UK Mail

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