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Next Poem. I'm 13 years old and my family and I have been fighting for my mum who has stomach cancer and she's fighting it for us. When I was little, I remember Mum always being in a hospital and
April is National Cancer Registrars Week. Are you taking care of or know any patients who are battling the big C? Despite the advanced technology and modern treatment plans, we, as nurses, should still value the proven benefits of prayers in healing our patients.
Last week, I was touched and surprised to see a poem by Kyle Potvin, a longtime friend of mine who learned she had breast cancer in To grow a Texas cactus from the start, You scatter tiny seeds on dirt and sand Your nail works well to nudge stuck ones apart. Then sprinkle water with a steady hand. I pray young shoots will sprout up soon for both.
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Not in the same way that chemotherapy and radiation therapy work. We pray that those treatments will lead to the physical destruction of cancer cells. The idea behind the poetry workshop my wife, Kelly, created last year is that writing can heal even those who are not going to survive cancer, that it can help them get things sorted: in their heads, their hearts and their souls.
Updated: September 7, pm. The event was to honor breast cancer survivors and those who lost the battle. Guests return from dining at Walter E.
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There is no doubt that cancer is one of the most challenging conditions facing whole families and our society in the 21st Century. With the incidence of cancer ever increasing, it is just a matter of time before someone close to us has this illness which deviously challenges life itself. Given the delicacy of the situation, as emotional turmoil is stirred not only in the sufferer as they face the unknown, the effects often ripple to everyone around as they struggle with how to be sensitive and yet caring.