I’m a little embarrassed to admit it, but I’m a little obsessed. This is a friendship with my friend, Gemini, who is a gemini cancer survivor. She suffered from the disease and has since been fighting cancer. She was recently diagnosed with breast cancer and is currently undergoing treatments. Gemini and I share a lot in our friendship, and the fact that we are both cancer survivors has made this friendship a lot richer.
We’re both cancer survivors, and we’ve both been through treatments and surgeries that have changed how we see the world. We were both recently diagnosed with breast cancer that has spread to the lymph nodes in our chest. We’re both in treatments for this, and we hope to continue to have healthy and happy relationships as we heal.
Cancer survivor, cancer friend, this is the first time I’ve ever heard of a friendship being cancer related. It’s a bit of an oddity, so we’ll keep an eye on it.
It was a funny thing when I was diagnosed. I was told by my oncologist that I had a 50% chance of surviving the disease, and a 50% chance of dying. Well, to my surprise, when I was diagnosed with breast cancer, I was told by my oncologist that there was a 60% chance of surviving the disease, and a 30% chance of dying. That was a real shocker.
Cancer can hit you in different ways. It hits you in your liver, which has a very specific way of shutting down cancer growth. And it hits you in your lungs, which have a way of shutting down cancer growth. And it hits you in your heart, which actually has a way of shutting down cancer growth. Cancer itself is just a disease of the cellular immune system. It has all kinds of tricks that can cause it to either stop growing or stop working.
The thing is, people get cancer and it can seem like a thing of the past. But in reality a cancer is just a virus in your body. It attacks your cells, and that’s what kills you. It’s also why you can go through treatment and still have cancer come back.
I think many people feel like cancer is something that you just get and it’s not something you have to deal with. I’ve heard that people get cancer and it’s just a matter of time until it spreads, which is what I think it’s like when you have a good long run of chemo.
A friend recently came back from a year of treatment and is now cancer-free, but she still feels like she has cancer. She says that she has friends who feel the same way, but because they are not aware that cancer is just a virus, they think it might be something that just happens to you. The best way I’ve found to deal with it is to make a point of telling people what cancer is.
Well, that’s all well and good, but what do you do with it? You tell people who don’t know what cancer is that it’s a virus.
Well, I guess this is one of those things that I could take back. I have been in remission for 9 years but I still have cancer. I think that I would be able to tell people what cancer is, but I don’t think I would. I can’t tell people who know what cancer is that cancer is a virus, it just is.