Can I give How to beat cancer to hopeless patients for survive?

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I beat cancer and still alive.How can I give advise to cancer patients who is hopeless to alive?Just eat vegetables.Trust me.Since 2010 to today I am still alive.

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Telling a cancer patient to just eat vegetables is like encouraging someone to jump out of a plane without a parachute. You're missing something vital. Yes, vegetables are beneficial to your health, but they aren't going make a significant impact on the treatment of cancer. "I beat cancer and still alive." ~ What kind of cancer did you have, and what treatment did you undergo? "How can I give advise to cancer patients who is hopeless to alive?" You can help by being honest and giving informed information. Sugarcoating bullshit might make it sweeter, but it doesn't change the content. Any hope you'd give someone with cancer by telling them to just eat vegetables would be false and detrimental. "Just eat vegetables." ~ That's it? That's all you need to do to cure cancer? "Trust me." Why? What your creditionals? "Since 2010 to today I am still alive." Awesome. So am I. I hope you continue to have good health and to eat your veggies. ~ skylark

How to deal with a grandmother that has breast cancer?

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It's very hard on me and my family, how to deal with a possible loss of a grandparent?

How to support my mother in this process?

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My grandmother actually just passed away from cancer about 8 months ago. It was very, very hard on everyone in my family. The whole process of someone in your family having cancer is a really hard, yet eye-opening experiance. Spend time with your grandmother first of all. She'll need a distraction. Support you're mother by just being there for her, being the shoulder to cry on when she needs it, giving her a hug once and a while, helping out around the house more so she can be with her mom. I pray that your grandmother pulls through, if you would like to talk more, email me (sheridan.luanna@yahoo.com)

How to raise money for a person with cancer?

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How to raise money for a person with cancer?

One of my teachers may have cancer and me and my friend would really like to raise money for her. ( Knowing they don't get much money, and we really care about her, shes my favorite. ) I want ways a teen can raise money. (EXTRA BONUS: Me and my friend want to do a walkathon to raise the money for her, not just an organization, how may we do this?)
Extra note: Me and my 3 friends are the only ones who know she only told us and doesnt want ANYONE to know.

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Get some orders and sell some dinners - raffle off something -sell some tickets - clothing drive - then use the clothes for a fashion show - put on a play and there you go sell tickets - last but not lest babysitting - fundraiser - car wash list go on & on bake sale -dog walking can make big bucks $ Good luck -oh yea say a prayer -

How to register to be a bone marrow donor?

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I read up on the qualifications and I seem to be able to do it. Are there any national bone marrow donor places (for a lack of better words)? Would I have to pay to get tested or donated? I really want to do this but I don't know how to go about it.

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It is called a "Bone Marrow Registry" and it is best to register at the one in the area you live in. The easy way to find it is just call the main phone number for your local county or university hospital and ask for the "cancer/oncology social worker" they can point you to the right place to go and give you the contact info you need. Good for you to do this.

How to describe a cancer patient after treatment/surgery on the hospital bed?

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I am working on a story and there's a part I want to describe my character as a weak cancer patient after treatment or surgery on the hospital bed, but I've never seen or have contact with a cancer patient before. Therefore I do not know how to write about it. Can you guys help me? :D Thank youu!

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Why are you trying to operate on a bed? Beds get lumpy but not with cancer. Sounds like you do not know anything about operations involving surgery. Try studying the procedures involved from anaethetics the initial cutting through the skin. The seperation of the blood vesels and nerves to locate the site to be operated on. The removal of diseased tissue. The closure procedure. The dressing procedure and the post operative healing. X rays and skans. Why dont you write about something you have researched?

How to donate bone marrow to save a life?

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I saw a little girl on TV who needs a bone marrow transplant. She is black/mixed race, therefore it is very difficult to find a match. I'll admit I'm a chicken when it comes to this sort of thing, but if it's not a painful or risky procedure for me I would be willing to donate.

It breaks my heart to see this little girl so ill when I could potentially be a match. Have you, or do you know someone who has done this? If so, how painful is it and what would be the risks to me as a middle-aged donor?

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Its only painful if you have to DONATE the marrow. First they check to see if you are a MATCH which is a now cheek swab- no needles- its so easy! Then if you are a match, they will do further testing to see. If it comes to actually donating marrow, its more complicated and can be painful but not that bad- totally managed with pain meds. To find a way to register with the national bone marrow registry near you go, here: http://www.marrow.org/HELP/Join_the_Donor_Registry/Join_in_Person/index.html Speaking as a mother of a little boy whose life was saved by someone willing to do this, PLEASE register. you may not be a match for this little girl, but you could be for someone else some day.

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