I Am Shauna Rae: Shauna Rae Survived Childhood Cancer

I Am Shauna Rae: Shauna Rae Survived Childhood Cancer

TLC is known for finding a few unique stories and centering an entire series around them, and in 2022 will launch I Am Shauna Rae. Starring in the series, Shauna Rae tells the story of her unique situation, and the show is already generating a lot of buzz.

Fans will want to tune in to discover the true story of a young woman who has faced hardships in life that most people could never even imagine, let alone go through on this journey.

Cameras follow the life of Shauna Rae as she describes her medical struggles and reveals why she is trapped in the body of a little girl. Her struggles are real, her story is incredible and her journey is both rewarding and at times excruciatingly painful.

I Am Shauna Rae: Shauna Rae Survived Childhood Cancer

Shauna Rae was a perfectly healthy and happy baby when she was born, but unfortunately she was diagnosed with a very rare form of brain cancer at just 6 months old. Naturally, her whole family was affected and her mother prayed for her baby’s life to remain intact and sought the medical help she so desperately needed.

Shauna Rae underwent chemotherapy and thankfully her life was saved. After such a terrifying fight for her health, it seemed that Shauna had finally been saved, and no one was waiting for the news that came next.

The life-saving treatment that Shauna underwent resulted in a serious and very unwelcome side effect that no one could have foreseen and for which no one could have prepared.

During the course of the treatment, Shauna’s pituitary gland was damaged and stopped functioning normally, which meant that she could no longer grow. When her pituitary gland stopped working, her entire growth process was stunted and there was nothing anyone could do.

Written by Lisa Lindsay

TV Writer
Lisa Lindsay has been writing about TV, and celebrities since 2020.

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