• Our Blog Post today is about the worry of recurrence, take a look on the blog page, or click the link below

    Asked by GregP_WN on Thursday, April 26, 2018

    Our Blog Post today is about the worry of recurrence, take a look on the blog page, or click the link below

    Keeping The Fear of Recurrence Out of Mind >> https://www.whatnext.com/blog/posts/keeping-the-worry-of-recurrence-out-of-mind

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    • SandiA's Avatar
      SandiA

      Greg, thanks for sharing that! I know I try to enjoy every moment, because we found out how fast things can change. So I try not to fill my days with worry about reoccurrence, but some days it is hard to do

      4 months ago
    • cheryncp's Avatar
      cheryncp

      I was diagnosed at stage 4 and sugery is not an option, however I have a gene mutation that is treatable with targeted therapy drugs. The problem with these drugs is they lose their effectiveness over time and the cancer reoccurs so I definitely always have reoccurrence in the back of my mind but I try to live in the moment and not let worry over what may happen in the future take away my joy today.

      4 months ago
    • LiveWithCancer's Avatar
      LiveWithCancer

      Good blog post!

      4 months ago
    • DonnainRI's Avatar
      DonnainRI

      I love the blog post. Sometimes I think I am too positive despite being stage IV, but this blog is right. Your attitude and fears cannot influence the outcome. I have a very negative person, one of my oldest and closest friends, who has become more and more negative as we have gotten older. I am talking almost non-stop negative and she does not see it at all. I have to take breaks from her now and then because it gets old, and because as much as I love her, the negativity is well,,,negative! Give me a positive outlook. My days might be numbered but I intend to laugh and enjoy as much as I can!

      4 months ago

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