Do you want the good news first, or the bad news?

Well, the bad news is you have NON SMALL CELL LUNG CANCER, squamous cell…

the good news is we can probably take out half of your left lung, you might have to have chemo, you’re going to have a diminished lung capacity, (as if you don’t already for a 68 yr old) and then after 2-3 months of healing and therapy you’ll be tottering around, not quite as good as new. Oh, and you need to be aware that you could very easily, and 50%likely to have cancer pop up somewhere within 5 years.

So, door 🚪 1,2,or 3? How we gonna make lemonade out of these 🍋?


IS IT UNBELIEVABLE? Unbearable? Incurable?

first of all, you gotta accept it. No,’I mean it. You hear that diagnosis and you don’t REALLY hear it.  What? You talking to me!??

And then you start filling out your medical history, start with the IVs, and getting lost trying to find where you’re supposed to be.

And then you wait and walk and you wait…

but, I love ❤️ those warm blankets…

i love the aquariums ❤️…

and the staff are the most sweetest, dedicated people you’d ever want to encounter…❤️🙏🏼

The cafe has very good food…

they even have Starbucks….

and I hear they will fix your hair for free!(if you have any left) or you can choose a wig? I’m not really believing they’re giving out free wigs, but, who knows!?

So, bad news is you have cancer and may not live more than 5 years…

Good news is, you get a lot of special treatment and a super nice environment…

and that, my friends, is the rest of the story‼

Oh yeah, MD Anderson is above par excellence, so for you future nonbeliever cancer victims, don’t go to the local mechanic , go straight to the BIG DEALERSHIP where they KNOW their CANCER.






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