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Time-lapse Video Shows Breast Cancer Survivor's Journey

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A new heartwarming Youtube video shows one woman's journey as she goes through a heroic battle with cancer.

Taking selfie to an inspirational level, a New Jersey resident faced the camera when she was diagnosed with breast cancer.

When Emily Helck learned she had the disease, she took a series of photos and compiled them into a timelapse video.

The clip, "one year, one minute', shows the cancer survivor going through multiple stages.

The video starts with Helck in front of the camera with a full head of hair. Eventually her appearance changes as she goes through the transition of undergoing several treatments. 

A heartbreaking visual story, viewers see Helck transform from patient to survivor.

The video was uploaded on Sunday and has already been seen over 120,000 times.

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