Actress and Model Lisawas diagnosed with myeloma in 2009. She hadbone marrow cancer which was a rare disease. In 2009, Lisa announced that she is cancer free but not cured completely. There is a treatment for bone marrow but is incurable. The Cancer did not affect Lisa Ray on her outlook throughout her life.
During 2011 World Cup the cricketer Yuvraj Singh won The Tournament Award. After the tournament was over, he started his treatment of cancer in his left lungs and went through chemotherapy in the USA. In 2012, he came back to India cancer-freeand also was a part of Indian Cricket for T20 in 2012.
The famous director of Indian Film Industry Anurag Basu suffered from blood cancer. In 2014, the doctor revealed that he has only 50% life in him. Likely in his movie as well in his real life, he fought for his lifelike a champion. During his treatment, he was building the script for the movie, Gangster, and Life in a metro. This shows that Basu is not at all worried and wants to live every single moment of the day happily.
In 2002, the experienced beauty Mumtaz was diagnosed with breast cancer. She is 54 years old. She told Bangalore Times that, she is not afraid of death and can fight against all circumstances that are coming towards her.
There was a report that Manisha was undergoing surgery for ovarian cancer on 10th December and,by blessing, it was successful. The celebrity gave her best to battle cancer. She is now tension free and spoke on her experience about it.
Not much-known actress Barbara Mori from the film Kites, survived the period of cancer. Barbara had this sickness long before her shoot of the film Kite.
7. Kylie Monogue
Pop Singer, Kylie Monogue had been a guest for A.R Rahman song ChiggyWiggy from the movie Blue. In 2005, Kylie revealed that she was suffering from breast cancer and fought her disease until the end. She made a comeback with Showgirl: The Homecoming Tour and spread awareness all through her life.
South Indian and a Bollywood heroine Gautami had a struggle for breast cancer cure. She overcame it and returned to films. At present, she ensures to participate in cancer-related programs and also shares her views and experience in India as well as in abroad.
9. Namrata Singh
The insignificant actress Namrata Singh who works at US sitcom played an inconsiderable role in thriller movie Kaante. In 2008, Singh analyses at the early stage of breast cancer. She underwent a treatment and made sure that she comes out of the disease. She was a victim of breast cancer decided to direct a documentary drama on breast cancer and how it affects women.
10. Devika Bhojwani
The vice-president of Women's Cancer survived breast cancer before starting an initiative for helping the social cause for women. During her treatment in the initial days, she kept her mind calm and built a positivity in herself. Devika is now taking a great step for raising awareness regarding cancer.