Help Get Rid of Cancer!

Tuesday, December 07, 2010


Cancer is the second most deadly condition in the country. This is just next to heart disease and it has become very common nowadays yet nobody knows that anybody could get it. There are several factors to consider such as way of life, environment or heredity. I've come across several types of these and it has been very painful to say the least to lose someone in an incurable state. My Grandmother, Aunt and Uncle passed away from it and I have seen the anguish it has brought to our family. Some things in your own home made from construction materials from way back can contain asbestos. Inhalation of this particular fiber can cause numerous illnesses and one of them is cancer. Efforts have been put in on mesothelioma treatment but it always boil down to how far it has already gone into your system. If this has progressed too much and never been given medical attention there would be severe consequences in the long run. Death would definitely be one of these but the agony of undergoing radiation therapy and surgery would never be far behind.

If you have people who suffer from this you need to act now. Get them into the treatment and educate yourself about the disease. The necessary cure to something that is incurable is education. If you know how to avoid this from happening and you get medical attention early on there will be a greater chance for survival. If you love them, you know where to get information and on line references are one of them. Sign up for medical evaluation too.

Make the smart move now and help the world get rid of this disease! Be informed!





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5 comments:

pusang kalye said...

pareho tayo , my grandparebts also died of cancer as well as 2 aunts and 1 uncle. so scary---makes me so paranoid sometimes,.....

Traveliztera said...

My mom is a cancer survivor... It's good nadetect agad and stage 1 lang.

It's indeed very important to get evaluated as early as now before it's too late.

Yffar said...

my father died of cancer, at sobrang hirap ang dinanas ng pamilya namin sa sakit na yan. it is definitely something I don't want to go through again.

naiiyak parin ako pag naaalala ko yung hirap ni daddy.

the department of health should do more campaigns re cancer prevention. i see a few, but they're not enough. seryosong kampanya ang kailangan.

KUMAGCOW said...

my condolences raffy, it just struck me kasi we all went through hell din sa sakit na to, sana nga there would come a time na meron nang cure

Yffar said...

my father died of cancer, at sobrang hirap ang dinanas ng pamilya namin sa sakit na yan. it is definitely something I don't want to go through again.

naiiyak parin ako pag naaalala ko yung hirap ni daddy.

the department of health should do more campaigns re cancer prevention. i see a few, but they're not enough. seryosong kampanya ang kailangan.