Mom has cancer.

by Cameron
(Arizona, United States)

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Aug 21, 2019
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by: Derek

Hello Cameron. Thank you for sharing. I would like to help you through this depressive point in your life. I'm deeply sorry your mother has cancer. It is an unfortunate disease that happens way to often to way too many people.

I work on an oncology unit in a hospital so I am around a lot of different cancer patients. I have seen many cases. Some ended poorly while others overcame their cancer and ended up living a normal life again.

Don't lose hope even when a physician has given a negative outlook on the matter. There have been countless cases where people have pushed on through what the doctors thought were possible.

If you are reading this, please share more of what you are going through. Things may not be as bad as they seem. Even if your mom's diagnosis seems hopeless, you can still find comfort. Sharing your feelings can help ease the pain you are going through.

If you want to message me privately, here is my email address. [email protected]

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