The Big “C”   2 comments

Read and ponder, and ponder, and ponder again.



Two people I know were lost to cancer in the past two days.
I can’t escape a full year without
someone I know either being diagnosed with it,
or dying from it.

There’s an unsettling feeling, yet a peace as well.
Unsettling for those that are about to face
the option of quality vs. quantity of life.  A peace knowing
there’s no more suffering when they are gone.

It is said you have 1%-3% chance with treatment
to live beyond five years.

Let’s review that: 97-99% chance of dying
within five years with treatment.
Then the daily fear of its possible return.

The person that died yesterday
had treated (and was clear)
for breast cancer. She died from cancer
elsewhere in her body.

I have noticed that treatment
seems to spread cancer to
other parts of the body
with a vengeance. This is easily
observed within my family and friends

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Posted February 21, 2021 by kenneturner in Information

2 responses to “The Big “C”

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  1. Makes one take pause for sure……

    On Sun, Feb 21, 2021 at 10:53 AM Becoming is Superior to Being wrote:

    > kenneturner posted: “Read and ponder, and ponder, and ponder again.” >


  2. I would try for a natural treatment before submitting to chemo or radiation and have a feeling I might live longer or at least as long and without all the side effects.

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