Got the cancer, but so much pain.

6 and a half hours, and my anxiety got the better of me. They left me for almost an hour, after giving me lidocaine injections. These made me shake, and I thought I was having a panic attack.

Home now, and struggling to sip water from a straw. Also trying to eat the odd mouthful of yogurt.

Happy that hubby is with me.

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  1. I was diagnosed with stage 4 lung cancer in 2011, and that year we were excited to be celebrating my six year survivorship anniversary – a survival that was not remotely contemplated in 2016. Since i  diagnosis i have learnt a lot about lung cancer, the first few years were confronting.  I had no clue that my LUNG (left) was responsible for these combined symptoms! Fatique, chest, neck and shoulder pain. My life changed in just one breath when my Doctor diagnosed me with advanced lung cancer that was INOPERABLE, INCURABLE and TERMINAL. I will always remember the pain and tears from my wife’s face as well as my daughters and my close friends. Like many other people this was not the first time that my life was impacted by CANCER.  In 2002 my sister was diagnosed with leukemia. Fortunately for us she was diagnosed at an late stage and she pass away. So when my doctor gave the news about me, We all put in mind positive energy to fight against it, Because I was not going to let that put an end to my smile.  now i lives  a normal healthy and active lifestyle thanks to the “Dr Ricks Oil For Cancer” which my wife doctors prescribed to her. SO many good people have lost there life because of greed,  The government will  preach against herbal herbs because it only one true cure, But will make profit with pills because the more you treat the more money you spend, Thanks to my wife’s Doctor who told us this. I will want to advice anyone out here going throught sorrow with Cancer to reach out to Dr Rick and I guarantee you that you will be cured.
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