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About cancer.
Fut004
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03-20-2017 05:36 PM

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Post: #121
RE: About cancer.
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Tom Sawyer PhD  Wrote: (01-16-2017 05:58 AM)
There IS a mental/emotional component to cancer. Figuring out what that is for the individual is the first step toward beating it.

Absolutely.
The mental aspects of fighting cancer can be the toughest. It's a terrifying thought to most - you have cancer - it can break the strong willed easily, especially after the first round of Chemo and the worst nausea you can imagine kicks in.

In my opinion hospitals need to strive towards mentally prepping patients to face it all. Ad campaigns should be more like "f*#k Cancer. You got this"

Toronto's Sick Kids has the right idea with their VS campaign. https://www.sickkids.ca/
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=78mNZeDaMtk












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