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Dec 6, 2019 18 tweets 3 min read
Cancer has taken a lot from me. My health my financial stability it's forced me to move from the city I love taking me from my friends. But it will never take my will to fight I just need your help to continue
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CashApp $MarcoDad Cancer fundamentally changes your identity, distorts your body & can socially isolate you. The treatments can go so far as to change your brain chemistry & in some ways are almost worse than the disease. But you can never give in as long as you fight you can still be you
Jun 3, 2019 48 tweets 7 min read
#cancersurvivor #cancer talk looks today at the final part of the cancer experience when the battle is lost. Again this may bother some folks but I think it's important information to consider. ACS provides some information especially for caregivers The signs of death being near can be different for each person. No one can really predict what may happen at the end of life, how long the final stage of life will last, or when death will actually happen.
May 13, 2019 10 tweets 2 min read
I left home at 16 and supported myself. I worked hard got to a point I was very comfortable did all the "right things" and was proud I did it on my own. Suddenly cancer comes in and snatched it all away. 30 years of saving and investing gone. Home and my best possessions too The loss of Independence was the worst. I tried to keep working, my job was promised to be saved then it was terminated while I was in the hospital for intensive chemo. After selling my home I've moved into cheaper and cheaper apartments, sold my car. I have days we don't eat