WHAT CAUSES CANCER?
Cancer is such a disease for which the causes are unknown. Some doctors suggest that it can be because of excessive Smoking, Drinking, Unhealthy Eating Habits, High Blood Pressure etc.. however the real cause or the root cause is not known hence you cannot do much about it. The only thing that you should do it is FIGHT IT!!
CAN CANCER BE CURED?
Yes and No. It depends on the type and stage of cancer. Some cancers can be totally cured but unfortunately, this cannot be said for all cancer types. You should consult an oncologist immediately and follow his guidelines. At the end of the day, you should not lose hope and have a positive mindset. I strongly believe you can fight cancer with these 4 simple things;
1) Believe in God; Almighty above you.
2) Have a strong willpower and mindset.
3) Have an understanding and supporting family.
4) Thank all the well-wishers who support and pray for you. Let the doctors do their job and you do yours.
CAN CANCER BE PREVENTED?
No one knows the cause for it so no one knows how to prevent it. The only thing that you can do is have healthy food habits, avoid smoking and excessive drinking and exercise every day to keep your fit and healthy.
WHAT CAN YOU DO TO HELP CANCER PATIENTS?
Cancer patients don’t need sympathy they need motivation. I have seen patients in the oncology department who have lost all hope and are low in morale. You have to be with them and motivate them to fight it. You need to be positive about it and more importantly, the patient itself should be positive and live life king size. After all, God only gives such things to special people who have the courage to fight such an ailment.
WILL CANCER SHORTEN MY LIFE?
It is a tough question to answer however what I feel cancer gives you a choice to either affect your lifespan or lifestyle; the choice is ultimately yours. I have come across people who lived more than six years while doctors gave them six months. If you bring a change in your lifestyle; eat healthily and stay fit and most importantly stay positive; you can definitely live normal life, but again it depends on the type and stage of cancer.