A teenager from Cwmbran encouraging people to donate blood and bone marrow after suffering a rare type of cancer known as Burkitts Lymphoma.
Emily Clark, 16, only realised something was wrong when her jeans didn't fit as normal. Now she's in remission and is trying to support others going through a smiliar experience.
It was last December whilst studying for her A levels that Emily was diagnosed.
Following diagnosis, Emily had to go through a intense course of chemotherapy, which made her very ill.
But after just four months she got the all clear, and is now trying to get back to normal
Charity tenovus say it's very important that youngsters are aware of cancer
Since her own remission Emily has launched a campaign called Remission Possible to help support young people with cancer
She also wants to enourage us to give blood and join the bone marrow register.
After school and university Emily wants to work in medical research. She's determined to try and make remision possible for as many people as she can.