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Topic - Sofia
Denysenko likened the crisis to painful, but necessary medical treatment that will leave Ukraine stronger in the end: "We are like a cancer patient who has agreed to surgery and must now undergo chemotherapy," she said.
"It was cool, amazing, but how it feels is hard to explain," she said. "Taking pictures is like dancing. You learn how to do it and then you just do it."