• Stage IV cancer survivor Herman Cain has been hospitalized for Covid 19. Your thoughts

    Asked by BoiseB on Monday, July 13, 2020

    Stage IV cancer survivor Herman Cain has been hospitalized for Covid 19. Your thoughts

    Herman Cain was hospitalized about 10 Days ago. He is reported to be improving. He has stage IV colon cancer with mets to the liver.
    I first noticed Mr. Cain after I was diagnosed with Stage IV esophageal cancer. I had been given 4-9 months to live. I saw him on one of those morning programs like Good Morning America. At that time he had been 4 years cancer free. He was very inspirational at that program. He gave me great hope. Now I find myself in a similar position, medically. He is giving me some hope to survive the virus.
    I am putting all my political feelings aside. I do hope he survives

    5 Answers from the Community

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    • po18guy's Avatar

      His strength of will should carry him through both challenges.

      21 days ago
    • GregP_WN's Avatar

      It's often inspiring to see someone who looks like a "normal" person like me and you that has beaten a challenge that we are facing right now. It makes me say that if they can do it then so can I!

      21 days ago
    • BoiseB's Avatar

      He says that he is getting better because of all the people who are praying for him.

      21 days ago
    • LiveWithCancer's Avatar

      I hadn't heard that Herman Cain has COVID. So happy to hear that he is recovering from the disease. That's encouraging, for sure.

      21 days ago
    • po18guy's Avatar

      Herman Cain, Dec 13th 1945 - July 30th, 2020. 14 year survivor of stage IV colon cancer with metastasis to his liver. He succumbed to complications of CoVid19. Rest in peace.

      4 days ago

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