Steven McIntosh profiles dancer Catherine Wreford, who was diagnosed with a malignant brain tumour in 2013 and told she had between two and six years to live. She’s continued to dance despite the condition and is now playing Lady Capulet in the Royal Winnipeg Ballet’s production of Romeo and Juliet.
You could easily go and see Catherine Wreford perform in a show and not know anything was wrong.
A professional dancer with a huge number of stage credits to her name, it's perhaps only when you look at the show programme that you'd find out she has brain cancer.
"I always put it in my bio because I want people to know I'm on stage and still performing, but I have an invisible disease," she tells BBC News.
"And I want people to know the invisible disease I have will kill me at some point, but not now. I can still dance... Keep reading on BBC