i am 46 yrs now and someone completely destroyed because my mother died at the age of 47 ans in year 1997 of uterus cancer and now my wife 40 yrs is suffering of a spread parotic gland cancer what to do i am fed up with life i want to go too
I was diagnosed with brain cancer in september of 2010 I was only 13. I had a golf ball size tumor on the right side of my brain. They told me that my cancer is not cureable Now I amin remition and I'm still happy as ever! Everbody keep your head up high!
My Mom was diagnosed with kidney cancer this year with a tumor the size of a golf ball. She had the kidney removed and there was not any cancer that had spread. Thank the Lord!
When I was 39 years old I was told that I had Invasive Cervix Cancer. They gave me a 5% chance of making it. Today I'm 58 and cancer free. My Dr. went to bat for me and got me one of the best Doctors in the US to perform the surgery. I spent 3 days in ICU and 9 days in the hospital. Recovery was slow but with God's help I fully recovered without chemo or radiation. My sister died ay 36 of breast cancer 6 month's after starting chemo & radiation. I refused it. My father died 18 days after taking chemo for his throat cancer.
My dad passed away on the 10th June 2012, he died after a hard 8 month battle . With advanced lung cancer . He died of an aneurism . It has left my mum and my sister devastated . There is no cure . It's a vile disease .
My Dad was first diagnosed with cancer in 1997, when I was 2, and had chemotherapy to kill the cancerous cells. He had about four bouts of cancer during his life and his last was a cancer on his scalp that spread into his lungs. This caused his breathing to become much more laboured and no amount of treatment could eradicate the cancer, only slow down the process. He died in his sleep on the 24th of October, 2011.
In 2008 my husband was diagnosed with ocular cancer,with 4 children and travelling over and back to Liverpool from Ireland for treatment wasn't easy but one would go to the moon and back to make things better,in march 2011 routine chech up in Liverpool the drastic decision had to be made for my hubby to remove his eye(43) but 1 year later we are dealing with it,as he lived to tell the tale,since then 25 th of April to be be precise my mam went for a minor operation ,and may the 25 th she died ,she had lung,pelvic cancer ,R.i.P. mam
In Dec. of 2008 my mom was diagnosed with stage 4 breast cancer after chemo and radical mastectomy in May 09 she fought a massive infection and is doing fine now but through it all I was by her side taking her to appts. and treatments then in July of 2011 my father was diagnosed with b cell lymphoma and again we started a new journey it moved to his brain in Sept. and unfortunately early November he was taken from us. I have taken care of both my parents through their illness and lost one it is hard on those of us who feel helpless as well.
I was diagnosed at 30 with a brain tumor. I thought I was just havig really bad headaches, but after it was removed the doctors said it was the size of a fist pushing on my brain and it's a good thing I came in when I did. It was slowly growing and probably would have killed me if left untreated any longer. The good news was that it was non cancerous and highly unlikely to come back! It has been 1 year now and no headaches, I beat cancer!
I was diagnosed at 31- 10 years ago- with breast cancer. I found a recurrence on the one year anniversary of my bilateral mastectomy. Wrapping my brain around having poison pumped into my body not once but twice after going thru 7 surgeries made me very angry but also put my life in perspective. I decided I to fight cancer not live with it. it visits my head every morning for 5 minutes when I an getting dressed looking at my battles scars. it needs to show itself so i don't let it consume my...
I was diagnosed at 31- 10 years ago- with breast cancer. I found a recurrence on the one year anniversary of my bilateral mastectomy. Wrapping my brain around having poison pumped into my body not once but twice after going thru 7 surgeries made me very angry but also put my life in perspective. I decided I to fight cancer not live with it. it visits my head every morning for 5 minutes when I an getting dressed looking at my battles scars. it needs to show itself so i don't let it consume my every little pain i feel but then it knows it is NOT a welcomes thought because i WON.... Cancer has many different faces. I went thru the physical and emotional part. I watched my 13 and 4 yr old children lose the simpliclity of life because of what was happening in front of their eyes. I have no regrets with the course of my treatment. I continue to share my experiences to pay it forward to fellow women and men. I keep smiling because i am LIVING!!!