@ ii kanji: Yes. One in three men will develop prostate issues, I have read.
;_; Originally Posted by AiedailEclipsed :: And finally, the one that hurts the most: my "aunt" and godmother. She had melanoma which developed into a potent skin cancer. She died almost 3 years ago, if I remember right. She was my friend, she was there for me, she was my everything. I feel so hard for you!
Thank you! But what am I saying I am sure that many other people have experienced losses equal to or greater than mine.
I never had cancer, but my aunt and grandma had breast cancer, but it was quite early, so, it wasn't a bigthing.
Anyone who's a member or has noticed my anti-tobacco group will notice my step grandfather had passed away from lung cancer. I definitely support finding a cure and I was active for a couple of years including this year in Relay for Life.
Originally Posted by Matchbox Um lol.
Did you quote yourself by accident? I don't even know how I did that Dx
My greatest sympathies towards those of you who have been so badly affected by cancer. I feel so blessed.
Truly, that is terrible. I can't say I've seen so many effected in one family. Sorry ):
- @Devil Hunter
Well that is good to hear. Arguably, cancer is easier to cure if it involves a lump, like breast cancer. Would anyone agree with that?
Again thank you, but we may have another...
I would like to ask all of you to keep my cousin in your mind, they found a... something in her neck, and they are going to remove it sometimes this week I think. She has one daughter, two years old and her husband.
Originally Posted by AiedailEclipsed Again thank you, but we may have another...
I would like to ask all of you to keep my cousin in your mind, they found a... something in her neck, and they are going to remove it sometimes this week I think. She has one daughter, two years old and her husband. I'll pray for her. Hope she's ok
Originally Posted by Matchbox - @Aeidail
Would anyone agree with that? YES! OF COURSE IT IS! @ Aiedail:
Father. Son. Holy Spirit. Amen.
I haven't been greatly affected by cancer, as no one in my family has ever gotten cancer or anything. But two years ago my dad lost his best friend since childhood to lung cancer. Seeing my dad so shaken over what happened really got to me, and I think that's when I really started to become aware of cancer and what damage it can cause.
My mom also lost her dad to cancer when she was 13.
I also want to say, I'm really sorry for everyone here who has lost a loved one to cancer or has a loved one with cancer right now. I actually got a little teary eyed reading through the posts here.