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This topic contains 9 replies, has 5 voices, and was last updated by Breyon breyon 2 months ago.

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  • #9686
    Breyon
    breyon
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    My grandpa left us alone last night. He was fighting metastatic stomach cancer which spread to his brain. Finally, he don’t have to feel the pain any more. We are relaxed by this fact and sad at the same time. He used to love me so much. He will always remain alive in my heart and memories. Fuck cancer!!!

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  • #9318
    Trevor
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    Hello gastric cancer squad members, I have been recently diagnosed with stage 2 stomach cancer. I haven’t told it to my family yet. I don’t have the courage to tell them. It really scares me how my family will take the news. Any suggestion to share the news with my family in a less disturbing manner!

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    Ranebow
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    Hey guys, my name is Rane – I’m a 45-year-old guy living in Melbourne Australia. About 3 years ago I was diagnosed with stomach cancer, and in October of 2015 my stomach was completely removed. I found yoga and meditation helped me immensely in my recovery, and I just wanted to let you guys know that though it’s a very scary journey, things can get better 😀 Here is a picture of me from just a few months ago https://www.instagram.com/p/BgSi6yRHlXM/?taken-by=ranelovesyoga

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    • #6236
      Harrry
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      Hey @ranebow my dad has been recently diagnosed with gastric cancer. Are you a survivor?

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      • #7844
        Ranebow
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        Yes I am – 3 years post total gastrectomy in October!

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      • #7850
        Harrry
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        Good to know @ranebow that you kicked cancer out of your life. My father has also been diagnosed. Can you please share some tips to take a good care of him?

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      • #7852
        Ranebow
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        Hey Harry, just give him as much support as you can.
        The treatment is scary, and it is tough for the first few weeks after the surgery, but it does
        get better. Small frequent meals are the way to go after surgery.
        Yoga and meditation helped me through the recovery as well.

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      • #7901
        Harrry
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        That will help a lot. I will keep in touch in future to get some more tips from you. Thanks @ranebow 🙂

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  • #5961
    Harrry
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    We recently found out that my dad (56) is suffering from stomach cancer. He got diagnosed with early screen but me and mom are still pretty scared. I can’t see him in pain and go through that horrible treatment. Have any one been in similar situation? How can I keep my cool and take my daddy out of this trouble?

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    Cancer_bro
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