Do you know someone who is currently dealing with some form of cancer? Then you should know that dealing with cancer is extremely difficult and can take a toll on someone as well as their family members and friends. According to Cancer.gov, in the year 2018 there will be about 1.7 million new cases of cancer diagnosed and about 609,640 people will die from it. Dealing with cancer involves going through a series of treatments like chemotherapy, medications and around-the-clock therapies. It can take a toll on an individual who is dealing with cancer as well as their loved ones. Their loved ones also are dealing with cancer because they are in support of their family members, so they must deal with all of the appointments, all of the side effects as well as the emotional side effects. It is important to stay motivated for a cure when dealing with cancer, you cannot let cancer control your life and bring you down.
According to Huffingtonpost.com, about 1 in 3 women and 1 in 2 men are at risk for developing some form of cancer in their lifetime. These numbers continue to grow daily. These numbers are also significantly high for people that are developing cancer. It is critical that we do our best to try to help those who are diagnosed with cancer. There are several things that you can do to help someone or even yourself stay motivated and being patient for finding a cure for cancer. Currently, there is continuous research being done to fight cancer and to develop treatments that can cure cancer for good. There are numerous amounts of cancer images being distributed all throughout the world to better study cancer. If you know someone who is dealing with cancer or possibly if you are dealing with cancer, if you have any images available to you, it may be beneficial to help researchers by donating these images. By donating these images, they can better study cancer and possibly develop a cure faster. Hence, this can help you stay motivated because you are contributing to fight the cure for cancer.
You can also help someone stay motivated by showing some form of support. For example, if you know someone who is dealing with cancer and currently going through chemotherapy, if you are in the financial position to do so you can Offer them some type of beauty service that will help them with their hair loss and or offer to pay for a massage, manicure and or pedicure. This will allow them to take their mind off fighting their cancer and simply enjoy relaxation. Hiring someone to clean their home can also be helpful. When someone is dealing with cancer they are constantly exhausted and tired from chemotherapy, which prevents them from cleaning their home. Lastly, writing them letters or giving them a card can help to encourage them because they know that they are supported.