Vivian, breast cancer survivor Vivian, a mother of three children, had metastatic breast cancer and was successfully treated. "When they told me I had breast cancer with metastatic spread, the first thought that came into my mind was, "I'm going to die." I was 29 years old, very young to have that diagnosis. When you're diagnosed with a disease like this your life changes, you stop leading the sort of hectic life in which sometimes you can't even find time to sit down and enjoy a cup of coffee. You think, "What have I done with my life up to now? And what do I want to do now?". So from then on you savour every moment of your life. The fact is that medical treatment keeps me alive. I love to enjoy myself because one values the present." Why we come to work every day: More videos on