Over the last 10 years, I have had many friends who have died of cancer. Many of them are older folks, who contracted lung cancer of sorts. Those who have been diagnosed with 3rd or 4th level stages never survived the middle doses of chemotheraphy.
Someone mentioned to be a few months ago: In the West, many who are found with 3rd or 4th stage cancer simply will not go for medication. They would rather have a few more months of quality life than a few more weeks of diminishing hope.
I cannot agree more.
If you are in the 1st or 2nd stage, by all means, fight it. But I have not seen one that has survived the latter stages. They tend to deteriorate very fast, at the most vital phase; there is no recovery.
Maybe it’s the wireless microwaves that are encompassing metropolitan life. Maybe it’s the food that we eat. Maybe it’s a combination of everything.
Whatever it is, it is sobering to know that we are living in a cancer-prone society. The question is not about surviving longer on earth; it is where will you be after this life?