I hate cancer . . . with a passion.

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I hate cancer . . . with a passion.

by Randy1958 on Fri Nov 02, 2012 12:08 AM

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I hate cancer.  I hate cancer so much that if it were just a word, one single word, it would not begin to describe the loathing I feel for it.  You could multiply my hate by a billion and that wouldn't begin to describe how much I hate and despise this murderous disease.

 

If I were to discover a universal cure for all forms of cancer, I know I could be a millionaire (or billionaire).

However, I would give it freely to the world, and rid mankind of this ancient evil once and for all.

Thanks for allowing me to vent.

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by vwxyz on Fri Nov 02, 2012 04:38 AM

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I am so with you on venting Randy.  I read of people in different stages and the reality of it all shows on my sons face.  He feels so trapped with no light at the end of the tunnel.   I hate and despise the adaptable strength of cancer, the lack of permenant cure, the fact that it is in the brain and he could be left a vegetable, the serious choices to take the treatment or not.  Would treatment do nothing but take the quality of a short life away or prolong it. How can anyone make sense out of this way of life.I want my son around healthy for a long long long long normal healthy lifespan.  I look around me at families with healthy children and it boggles my mind why, why, it hurts so much. I hate cancer so much and would love to GIVE a cure to stop this insidious "murderous disease" free of charge  too. So, vent the pain all you need to get it out and then some.    

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by vwxyz on Fri Nov 02, 2012 04:39 AM

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I am so with you on venting Randy.  I read of people in different stages and the reality of it all shows on my sons face.  He feels so trapped with no light at the end of the tunnel.   I hate and despise the adaptable strength of cancer, the lack of permenant cure, the fact that it is in the brain and he could be left a vegetable, the serious choices to take the treatment or not.  Would treatment do nothing but take the quality of a short life away or prolong it. How can anyone make sense out of this way of life.I want my son around healthy for a long long long long normal healthy lifespan.  I look around me at families with healthy children and it boggles my mind why, why, it hurts so much. I hate cancer so much and would love to GIVE a cure to stop this insidious "murderous disease" free of charge  too. So, vent the pain all you need to get it out and then some.    

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by Darcy1954 on Fri Nov 02, 2012 02:10 PM

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I stand beside you my dear Brother.  As you know cancer invaded my life for the first time over 15 years ago and not a day has gone by that I don't ache to see my beloved child.  Here we are again with you and my loving Rick.  I hate it, I hate it, I hate it!  I pray everyday for God to give me the strength to help and stay strong. 

And I pray for everyone on this site, the victims, the caregivers and the survivors that together we can beat this monster!!!

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by HaniaNiklas on Fri Nov 02, 2012 03:46 PM

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Each day I feel I am getting closer to the casket. I walk alone. There is no hope since there is no cure. Cancer is immortal and I am not. Within a short period of time, I will be gone. I want to live. I hate cancer!

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by loveiseternal on Sat Nov 03, 2012 12:46 PM

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Randy,

I am so with you.  I have decided that although it is wrong to hate another human being, God completely supports me hating cancer.  It is destructive and cruel and causes so much pain and suffering. 

I once told my suffering husband that if GBM were personified into a 300-pound person, I would use all of my might to wrestle it to the ground, or die trying (I am 5' 3").

I have been praying to God, St Jude (the patron saint of hopeless causes) and even to my dear, departed husband Randy, that there would be a breakthrough soon.  I hope it comes at the hands of some deserving doctor/researcher who has spent his entire career studying and treating cancer--someone with compassion.

If cancer were in front of me right now I would spit in its face (and I consider myself to be a lady!)  God bless,  Sally

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by Randy1958 on Sat Nov 03, 2012 01:17 PM

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On Nov 03, 2012 12:46 PM loveiseternal wrote:

Randy,

I am so with you.  I have decided that although it is wrong to hate another human being, God completely supports me hating cancer.  It is destructive and cruel and causes so much pain and suffering. 

I once told my suffering husband that if GBM were personified into a 300-pound person, I would use all of my might to wrestle it to the ground, or die trying (I am 5' 3").

I have been praying to God, St Jude (the patron saint of hopeless causes) and even to my dear, departed husband Randy, that there would be a breakthrough soon.  I hope it comes at the hands of some deserving doctor/researcher who has spent his entire career studying and treating cancer--someone with compassion.

If cancer were in front of me right now I would spit in its face (and I consider myself to be a lady!)  God bless,  Sally

Hi Sally,

You wouldn't have to worry about taking on the 300 lb mook by yourself, there are hundreds of people here on this site alone who would love to have a piece of him as well.  Let's save them all a piece :)

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by Rickyd on Sat Nov 03, 2012 02:02 PM

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Hello all, I attended my nieces wedding last night! I was reminded of my cancer battle when I saw a picture of myself with my wife. I did NOT resemble the guy that weighed 192 pounds on May1, 2012. Instead, I looked thin (169 pounds), tired and " not well". Many family members wished me good health but most did not talk with me. I can barely speak as I am 14 weeks post after having 35 radiation treatments for my volcal cord squamous cell cancer. They removed 25% of the growth prior to rad. The remaking tumor wrapped my cord downward I don't smoke nor drink. My life, along with all on this board, is inside out everyday! To all....... We are a special group! These boards give me great hope and solace! Thank you and God bless! Rick

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by Rickyd on Sat Nov 03, 2012 07:47 PM

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Hello all, I attended my nieces wedding last night! I was reminded of my cancer battle when I saw a picture of myself with my wife. I did NOT resemble the guy that weighed 192 pounds on May1, 2012. Instead, I looked thin (169 pounds), tired and " not well". Many family members wished me good health but most did not talk with me. I can barely speak as I am 14 weeks post after having 35 radiation treatments for my volcal cord squamous cell cancer. They removed 25% of the growth prior to rad. The remaking tumor wrapped my cord downward I don't smoke nor drink. My life, along with all on this board, is inside out everyday! To all....... We are a special group! These boards give me great hope and solace! Thank you and God bless! Rick
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