words of encouragement for cancer patients
Getting a diagnosis of cancer is probably one of the most devastating things a person has experience. I can only imagine what a person who hears the word cancer, "You." must feel, but this does not mean I can sympathize with the situation and tell me I love you.
You read all the time about people telling you how to cope with cancer and what treatment options are, so it will not. What I will do is let them know in my heart and my mind, and I undertake to say a prayer for you every day which will be strengthened by this journey you are.
My father, Willie, was having some problems with his stomach last year. His doctors believe he had a blockage in your intestines, so they decided to do surgery to see what could find. Well, they found some thing, and what they found was not promising. Dad had a cancerous tumor that was blocking his colon.
Remember clearly sitting in the waiting room during surgery and the doctor out, stone-faced, and I stood up. We expected to hear that his operation had went well and the blockage was removed. Dr. Ward looked us straight in the eye and said: "We found cancer." My stepmother immediately began to mourn, but not me.
One thing I know, I know that God is able. And as if that were not enough, I know my father is a soldier. I immediately thought if anyone could to diagnose and combat undoubtedly he was. We affectionately call "The Bull" for his rough and tough, but inside is just a sweet pony. (smile)
I can not say that my heart skip a beat when the doctor told us the news, but I can tell you some things to land me in this instance. First Instead, my faith. So my love for my father and his joie de vivre.
Did not flinch as I asked the doctor, "So what's next?" He said, "Well, I think I deleted everything and does not look like it has spread. But we do know for sure until we have the evidence around the effect on lymph nodes, we take in the surrounding area. This could take up to one week. "Then he reassured us Daddy was doing the surgery well and was recovering.
I'm happy to tell the story of Bull ends well. The cancer had not spread, and it would be good. But he had the stomach has not been well-received that probably do not know that cancer was actually living in your body until it is too late.
I know the history of the world does not end like yours. And I'm not saying that you feel bad if your experience is not seeking to end well. What I want to offer hope. The hope and belief that even if the costs of cancer your life, what other good things can come from the same as the form of something like draws families and welds.
Thus if you are living with cancer or experienced as I have, through a loved one, a diagnosis should not be the end. Everything happens for a reason. Whatever the season, you're in this disease, please know that my heart is with you.
And please also know that well as I ached for the welfare of my father, it hurts to yours. My prayer is that the solution will be found to prevent this disease once and for all. But until it is discovered, do not worry that someone does not love you and pray for your account. May God bless you and your family as it navigates the turbulent waters of a cancer diagnosis. I love you. Care of.
Nicole enjoys spending time with her son, Jordan and her husband, Muri. She is also very passionate about helping people with their fight against cancer, either by assisting them with their prescription costs or offering an alternative to traditional health insurance. If you would like more information about how you can receive FREE cancer meds or if you’re interested in reducing your medical bills by up to 50%, please contact Nicole.
Please help out guys!!?
Two years ago I was diagnosed with Sarcomic Cancer and I thought my life was over.
I survived, and I really want to help all those Cancer Sufferers who feel the way I felt.
They dont even have to suffer from Cancer, just anyone who could use a few words of encouragement.
I want them to know that they’re not alone and theres always hope.
If you can please help me in any way possible, for example, the address of a sufferer, the email address of a sufferer, any website that could help me out?
Thanks so much!
There are 60 subtypes of sarcoma, which type were you diagnosed with. Sarcoma is rarely referred to as ‘sarcomic cancer’.
There are online groups and websites for patients, caregivers, friends, and relatives for sarcoma and the different subtypes that you could join. The Liddy Shriver Sarcoma Initiative also has gathered a great deal of information for the sarcoma patient as well as establishing an annual world wide awareness and fundraising event held in July:
The Liddy Shriver Sarcoma Initiative
Association of Online Cancer Resources
A guide to the sarcoma universe
Sarcoma one minute video series – understanding sarcoma treatments, options
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