Cancer: Close To My Heart

Cancer is just an ugly word to me now.. I can just hear the word and instantly want to run from whomever is talking about it.. I know that’s not the right way to handle the situation, but I am still devastated by the ugly words effects.. I am taking baby steps towards achieving my goal on personally dealing with this deadly disease.. The type my father was diagnosed with is called Small Cell Carcinoma.. SCLC is the most aggressive form of lung cancer.. My father, once diagnosed, lived 4 months.. Daddy was in stage IV which is the most advanced form of the disease.. The cancer had metastasized to the other lung and into other areas of the body.. The doctors were not straight up with us about how serious his condition was.. He suffered greatly through numerous rounds of chemotherapy and 10 rounds of radiation to the brain.. He was immediately put on palliative care, which basically just kept him comfortable from his pain.. He was still taking chemotherapy the whole time, right up to a week before he passed.. After every treatment, he would go into the hospital with sepsis, acute kidney failure, and pneumonia.. The chemo was completely wiping out his immune system.. But the doctors never once advised us to stop.. I don’t want to talk about how he was the last month of his life, it’s to painful.. Finally his lungs began to fail and there was nothing they could do.. He died on Father’s Day, June 18, 2017, at 5:30 AM.. He was the greatest man and father a girl could ever wish for.. He was a truly great man that was taken to soon.. I am comforted to know that God takes care of him now and he suffers no more pain.. But, I have a whole in my heart that I feel like will never heal.. Maybe, with time, and prayer, it will.. This was extremely hard for me to write but I had a reason for writing this.. I want to reach out to others with this disease or family members of a cancer patient, and see if there is any way I can help.. I stay up on the latest advances in cancer and am subscribed to many cancer research blogs.. Now, I am a fan of unconventional medicines, which I tried on daddy, but his advanced stage made it impossible for anything to work.. Advanced Immunotherapy achieves long term remission of some cancers.. Clinical Trails are awesome.. Another new experimental treatment is Hyperthermia Therapy.. There are several types of NON-INVASIVE cancer treatments that don’t even require doctors to create an incision or remove any tissue.. These treatments require the shortest recovery times for patients.. Feel free to contact me to talk about anything to do with cancer, the ugly word, anytime you want.. I will get back to everyone as quickly as possible.. God Bless!! <a href="http:////pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/js/adsbygoogle.js

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