When the cancer comes back I’m going to refuse treatment.

When the cancer comes back I'm going to refuse treatment.

When the cancer comes back I’m going to refuse treatment.

11 Comments on “When the cancer comes back I’m going to refuse treatment.

  1.  by  Sara

    This post really hit hard with me. I’ve seen so many people not do well with cancer, but if you have a chance to fight, keep fighting…

  2.  by  ares9465

    I agree with sara. My grandmother had cancer four times before it finally took her. My dad has had it twice. I only hope that I am as strong as they were when my time comes.

  3.  by  Survivor

    I’m with you! I will NEVER go through chemotherapy again!!

  4.  by  ruby42

    My friend said that but she found an alternitive treatment and she’s in remission. I am so glad she’s still in my life. Please don’t ever give up <3

  5.  by  Kelly

    I’m a nurse. If I ever get cancer, I’m refusing treatment, too. I understand your secret.

  6.  by  Sophie

    I don’t think I could do it, but I’m desperate for my uncle to accept the treatment.

  7.  by  Survivor

    I think you should consider the only cancer treatment that doesn’t have negative side affects (It sure as hell won’t make your brain fall apart like radiation or chemo)and you get more than a hopeful 5 years of remission.

    Good Luck!!

  8.  by  namaster

    Please, give it a second thought, or a third one, or whatever number it is. I pray that you’ll never have to face it again. But remember how dear you are to those who love you. for them, don’t give up!

  9.  by  Mary Jane

    I don’t know you, and I don’t know where you are from and who you are, but I’m sure there are people out there who love you and can’t imagine life without you, and if you think there aren’t, don’t. So do it for them. Fight for those who love you and spare them the pain of loosing you. If you survived the first time, it’s for a reason.
    I don’t know you, and I don’t know where you are from and who you are, but I, just like the people who love you, pray you fight and survive.
    Think of those who weren’t given a second chance.

  10.  by  Justine Mc

    My Granny did the same, it surprised me and it hurt myheart and I miss her everyday, but ultimately it was her decision as this is yours. You aren’t giving up, you are just giving up the pain. Whichever decision you make, good luck. I hope that everyone understands. xoxo

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