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    bluefalcon asked a questionLung Cancer

    How do you deal with the low chance of survival?

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      BrownCounty

      Don't let what might happen ruin today for you. As long as you have energy and can enjoy life then do. You will never get this day back. Are you really going to let something that "might" happen take it from you? I don't think you will ever regret visiting friends and family. Taking a walk and pray (or meditate). Live until you die.

      about 4 years ago
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      maryjimhath

      No one but God knows when and how we will end this life. I was given 6 mos. without treatment and maybe 1 year with treatment. That was over 3 years ago and I just started going to exercise 3 times a week. Yes, I'm still tired and weak, but I'm still going and fighting everyday. I try to go and enjoy every thing I can. Try and keep a positive mind and be around people that help keep you up. God does answer prayers and has a plan for all of us. God bless you and I will keep you in my prayers.

      almost 4 years ago
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      kalindria

      I'm a stage IV cancer survivor who is cancer-free. I knew I would have to fight but I told my doctor and surgeon that we were a team and that TOGETHER we would beat this thing. And my odds were far worse than yours. Not that it's a competition....

      The best way to get into fight node that I know of is to find something you love, something to motivate you and make a vision board - a physical reminder of why you're battling.

      I also wear a bracelet my daughter made me that says "Lace Up, XXX!" because early on in my journey, this was a sentiment that put me in the mood to fight.

      I even named my tumor and told him all the things I wanted to do to him.

      Anyway, clearly there area lot of things you can do that can put in you in the right frame of mind.

      about 3 years ago