I will never forget the day that I learned about cancer. I knew it was serious the moment my doctor called because it was in my family history and there was no doubt about it. I had a biopsy and was told that my cancer was in my liver so my doctor told me to take a test.
The test was a PET scan and it confirmed that I did have cancer. My doctor told me I had a 2% chance of survival and that I might be able to take a drug called chemo to prolong my life. One of the many things I did after that was to buy a cancer journal and start one of the many cancer support groups that exist.
For cancer patients, support groups can be a great resource to help them through tough times. Cancer support groups are often places where patients can be given the information they need to keep their lives organized and on track. Even though it seems difficult to find time to attend these events, the support groups have a huge effect on patients, and they help them find a way to cope with the disease.
Cancer patients are often overwhelmed with the many treatments and procedures they have to go through, and there is no way to always be at your best physically during treatment. Cancer support groups can help patients overcome some of these obstacles, and provide a place where patients can talk about what their lives are like and discuss ways to improve them. It can also help you find your friends.
Support groups are great, and Cancer support groups are great. But what makes a support group for someone like Colt Vahn is when he meets a person who is going through the exact same thing he is. That’s not only a great support group for you, but it’s a great support group for everyone else on the island.
Colt found a new support group and found more people who are going through the exact same thing that he is. If that sounds like the kind of people you want to hang around with, think about how much you’d be happy to help them.
I would be ecstatic to help others with cancer just as I am with anything else. I don’t have a support group of my own, but there are plenty of people I’d be happy to help if the need arose.
The point is that, yes, you can support other people with cancer, but that doesnt mean you have to be their friend. I think the one thing that most people dont realize is that the people in a support group arent necessarily looking for a friendship. They mostly want to talk about how their cancer has affected them, and they want to know that they are not alone.
I am not saying that you shouldn’t support other people with cancer. I am saying that you should have a support group of your own. You should be there for people who you know are going through cancer or need support. You can talk about your own experiences, and you can also listen to them because it is so clear that they want to talk to you.
It is so clear that many people actually do need to talk to the person in the room who is going through cancer. These people don’t want to be thought of as “just another person”. They want someone to be there for them, because they know that they are going through this and will need friends and support.