She suffers from the most aggressive breast cancer, the triple negative metastatic for which there is a difficult prognosisHilda has created a page on Facebook called “Make cancer smile”, which has thousands of followers around the worldIt has 1.3 million followers on social networks like Tik Tok and Instagram where she shows herself dancing and singing to “squeeze life to the fullest” She suffers from metastatic triple negative breast cancer (mTNBC), the most aggressive there is. One of those cancers that are scary and that have a very bad prognosis. And despite the fear, the uncertainty, Hilda Siverio (Tenerife, 1971) has always tried to put a smile on life and her illness. When she was diagnosed eight years ago, Hilda began to defend her right to tell everything online. social in their own way, dancing and laughing shamelessly. A joy with which she has prevented three children from seeing her suffer and with which she tries to convey the message that life is a gift and you have to make the most of it. Today she has 1.3 million followers with whom she shares his day to day and those he has left devastated with one of his latest Instagram videos. Hilda’s life fades, “she has little left,” she says. And she, with her enormous smile, has tried not to seem sad when she told the saddest of news. These days, Hilda has surrounded herself with her family to share and celebrate those moments that she has left together. And for them and for all those who follow her, she has remembered her cancer diary, a visual logbook that she began to share so that those who find themselves in the same situation as her would be encouraged and draw strength from the joy of her. A visual document that he has called “Live, a little more”, one of the phrases he repeats in his videos to remind us that, even if the diagnosis is not good, we must take advantage of every second.”Other patients wrote to me saying: How can you laugh knowing that you are going to leave your children alone?, and I tell them: I know that I am dying, nobody has to tell me, but I am going to show you another way. Live!”, Account to explain why she has tried not to fall for the bad news, and that in her case they have been terrible. In 2014, when she was five weeks pregnant with Richard, her third child, she was diagnosed with breast cancer. In order not to lose the child, I waited until the 33rd week, but it was already too late. Although she went through nine operations, in 2020 the diagnosis got worse, her cancer had mutated to the more aggressive strain, and since then she has gotten worse. Despite everything, Hilda has tried to get everyone, not just her, to get along: trying to teach her children that: “You have to push forward”, always, and trying to make her followers find in her a support for. That’s why her motto is: “I’d rather die than leave life” and with that goal she fights every day to be lively. An attitude with which she is managing to support other patients who, like her, suffer from aggressive cancer with a difficult prognosis. Every day thousands of messages reach her networks from other patients who say they feel motivated or hopeful because of her attitude towards life, who follow her Facebook page “Súcale a smile al cancer” and which has followers from all over the world. Fighting for research But although she faces what is happening to her with optimism, trying to take advantage of the gift of one more day, Hilda in also standing up for research, asking that more resources be allocated to researching a cancer as aggressive and dangerous as the one she is suffering from, triple negative metastatic breast cancer. A type of cancer that represents 15-20% of all breast cancers and that has a higher probability of recurrence and metastasis than other types. “Today it is very sad that a treatment is in the negotiation phase that can extend our lives a little more, to be here a little longer, when what we do not have is time. We are precisely in the discount phase”, He confessed to all his followers, denouncing that Social Security does not dispense Trodelvy, a medication approved for his type of cancer in Europe but that has not yet been authorized in Spain. A complaint that yes, he commented on without losing that red-lipped smile with which she says she wants to be remembered: I hope you don’t forget me, because if you remember my Smile, I’ll already be immortal!