‘No, I don’t think I’m getting cancer’: An insider’s account of what it’s like to live with stage 4 colon cancer
Posted On July 19, 2021
Posted February 05, 2018 11:22:12I’ve never met anyone with stage four colorectal cancer before.
It’s something I’ve never felt, and it’s something that I don�t feel I can control.
So I just want to try and be supportive, but also just be as supportive as I can.
I had surgery at the end of February, and I�ve had chemo for six months.
And, really, it�s just a matter of me taking it as it is, and getting through it.
I have to be supportive of what my doctor has done and what they�ve been saying. I don��t want to be a burden on him, but I�m still hoping that when he goes home, I�ll be able to be there to support him.
I think that�s what it�ll take for me to feel comfortable, to have a supportive relationship with my doctor and the support of the other doctors and nurses.
It�s really hard, but it�d be nice to be able support him if that�re what he needs.
I really don�ts know if I�re going to be OK at all. I think I�d probably get through it in a couple of months, but, you know, I have no idea.
I� think it�re just going to take some time.
I want to do as much as I possibly can to make sure I�s there to help him.