Verified Customer / Kilo Klub
Kilo Klub Member
- May 22, 2008
I hear you. I have too much experience with it. My dad died from brain cancer, my mom had lung cancer that is currently back and she's electing NOT to go through chemo again at her age and just enjoy family, and my wife is a breast cancer survivor.That's great news dens...congratulations! A big sigh of relief for sure!! However, remember how it felt when you thought it might be cancer. It gives you a different perspective on what's really important versus the frivolous things that you were wasting time worrying about! Trust me, I remember what it was like.
That's probably why when I got to the doc's yesterday my BP was 160/85 and pulse was 110. I told them that it would all drop a lot after they tell me I didn't have cancer. I actually didn't feel nervous until I walked in the building. It's finally what we can push out of our minds.