It’s been three years since Emma Betts found out she was the dying.
The 25-year-old was soon-to-be married when, at 22, she found a spot on her back that would change her life and shorten it significantly.
Emma has melanoma, the terminal kind. The kind that, tragically, will likely kill her before she reaches her 27th birthday.
Since diagnosis, she’s campaigned tirelessly to teach people about the risks of skin cancer and raised more than $100,000 for melanoma research.