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Living with Lung Cancer / Vaping + Cancer
« on: February 20, 2020, 04:04:02 pm »
Hello all,

I have a friend who vapes all the time. I have tried to tell her about how bad it is/the unknown effects of vaping and she consistently says that the studies on vaping are all exaggerated etc. anyone have any sources/stories i can tell her to change her mind. I know that no one has gotten cancer from vaping yet but its only a matter of time

So no supplements, but what about trying to get probiotics through yogurt/other foods? Is this just for ppl with advanced melanoma, or other cancers too?

Off Topic Forum / Re: how to have cancer and be a normal young adult
« on: December 05, 2019, 10:55:13 am »
hey, i think talking to your friends or a counselor about how you feel your priorities and life has shifted/how your friends can support you will help you to balance your current life with cancer AND being a college student. Also, there are a lot of support groups for cancer patients!! You may even be able to find a specific one for young cancer patients or chatwith someone else online that is your age and going through the same thing. best of luck.

Living with Breast Cancer / feeling guilty/have 3 daughters
« on: July 22, 2019, 04:42:02 pm »
Ever since my diagnosis i have been struggling with a lot of guilt...I have 3 young girls and my cancer is hereditary. I dont know how to tell them that one day this could be their life too. I feel so guilty that i cannot protect them from this and i really wish they did not ever have to worry about this. I love my girls and am trying to stay positive but it feels like this is all my fault!!

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