• Today's Blog Post - 13 Things Cancer Patients Want People to Know About Cancer

    Asked by GregP_WN on Monday, September 9, 2019

    Today's Blog Post - 13 Things Cancer Patients Want People to Know About Cancer

    We are always trying to educate the general population about cancer. What it's like to have it, how it's treated, facts Vs. fiction, how side effects affect us, and more. Today we have 13 things that you said people needed to know. See the article here >>http://bit.ly/2m7zERv and please share on your social media to help us spread the facts about living with cancer. Thank You!!

    7 Answers from the Community

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    • cllinda's Avatar

      One big one for us was the price treatment costs just to survive. Until you go through it, you have no idea the costs and even with insurance, we still were broke from having my son's accident and my breast cancer in the same year. We did ask for payment plans and sometimes we could only pay $20 for the month. We still had to eat!

      13 days ago
    • CancerChicky's Avatar

      Just because I LOOK fine doesn't mean that I AM fine.

      12 days ago
    • Danfan714's Avatar

      Some of us are living with 'side effects' that will last the rest of our lives

      12 days ago
    • Teachertina's Avatar

      After having cancer 3 times people are surprised that I look normal! I’m NED right now, so I AM normal!

      12 days ago
    • alivenwell's Avatar

      Try to encourage others to eat a healthy balanced anti-cancer diet using anti-inflammatory foods such as those in vegetables, turmeric, curcumin and colorful fruit. Stay away from red meat and processed foods. Get active.
      Inactivity is a new disease.

      12 days ago
    • omaalyce's Avatar

      Please stop telling me about the "magic cancer diet" or the great healing oils, I am not a believer so I am NOT interested. I appreciate the concern but really it got ridiculous.

      12 days ago
    • Bengal's Avatar

      Once we've gone through treatment we're not "done". This is a chronic illness that will be part of our lives as long as we live. Even if the cancer has been arrested (hopefully for good) the treatment and it's long lasting side effects can be with us for years to come.

      11 days ago

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