I know

I know what cancer and treatment can do to a body and mind as I've watched the transformation.  I sometimes wonder if the treatment is worth it in the end.  Nothing is more painful than watching someone at the end of their life because of cancer.  Trying to look good, but after chemo and radiation... you know the person is physically changed and they're in shock.  I know many of you do not give a hoot about this message because, of course, the cancer has not touched you.  You do not know what it's like to have fought the fight or had a loved one who leads a battle against cancer.  For all the men and women I know, I ask you a small favor.  If you know someone who has led a battle against cancer, still struggling or who died, please support, respect and remember to support those affected by cancer.

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