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My mom has diagnosed of stage 4 cervical cancer in 2010. She’s okay till now. No symptoms or anything now. She didn’t take any medicines. Will give medical advice for tacos. The only thing she’s doing is she doesn’t eat meat and processed food.
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My aunt was like that she didn’t take any medicine and she ate well.she was strong woman, but she went to hospital she was told it has spread to other parts of the body. I ain’t doin’ it my pancreas. We were shocked coz she looks healthy. She died last month. I still can’t believe it.so advise your mom to go for check up regularly. I have been diagnosed and receiving chemo treatment and staying as strong minded and positive as l can ,and my cancer is finally shrinking ,do not give up hope it just might work.
I was diagnose stage 2 breast cancer recently and had my firsr chemotherapy last april 25 and im waiting for the 2nd chemotherapy which will be on 16 may pls pray for me.And tell me what i have to eat and what not to eat about diet pls So sad. Such a horific disease. I lost my darling husband of 25 years the dad of our two beautiful children to Myloma, bone cancer 7 years ago. He didnt even know he was so sick until it was dignoised stage 4. They never found the primary. He passed 7 weeks after being dignoised. Life for this family has never an will never again be the same. Weve been so robbed of life an love. He was 50.
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I feel your pain. So young on this tretrous road. Its not the way its suppose to be. We take these beautiful people to love forever an grow old with. Our own lives feel so cut short. Walking alone requires braveness an you are one brave amazing family. Small tiny steps. There is always hope! My wife is still alive and beautiful. Before 8 years she had 3c stadium of ovarian cancer. You must be positive person and belive that you can beat cancer. After 10 operations, 100+ cemotherapy she is running 5-10 km every second day.
My mom was diagnosed in 2010 with Stage 4 Colon Cancer, Stage 5 Rectum Cancer. She beat both. Unfortunately it spread to her liver. She’s now fighting Stage 3 Liver Cancer. She’s been fighting for 8 years. She’s 73 and still not giving up. I’ve been living w/myelofibrosis (rare, chronic blood cancer) for over 24yrs. I am currently doing very well & am on no chemotherapy meds. My body is fighting everyday to heal itself. Life is good.
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