I said something yesterday that resonated in my soul, I was looking at research and I know it seems dumb to say it but there really is no race on this planet or group of people who aren’t affected by cancer.

I guarantee that cancer has affected each and every person that reads this blog, I am also sure that everyone who reads this has probably worried about it either in themselves or a loved one. So, why doesn’t cancer discriminate?

Well, cancer is a one of those uncontrollable things in life, like a psychopath on a rampage through the body! I am pretty sure that Dahmer, Sutcliffe or Gacy would have been much gentler than this thing has been on me!

Cancer really doesn’t care who you are, I say cancer, basically the rogue cells that are attacking you don’t care as there are so many cancer types now it’s crazy! I wonder if early man got cancer?

That actually kept me up all night that one the other day! Did cavemen get cancer?

I am sure there will be a backlash from that statement but when did cancer become so prevalent?

It’s so damn common now, every Tom, Dick and Larry have cancer now days! It’s like a sick status symbol to us cool kids now! The abnormal people to me are the ones who don’t have it!

I obviously wish this on no one, I would never want someone to have cancer, and as much as I hate this cancer, I would rather I have it than someone experience the pain I am going through!

Any way here’s the video!

About PeeWeeToms

So what's the story? Well in 2015 I was diagnosed with a Sarcomatoid Carcinoma. To say the least it was aweful, I have managed to get through three years now with it coming back with vengance 4 times. On the 29th December 2017 I found it had likely spread. This is my dialogue with myself.

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2 Comments on “Cancer DOES NOT Discriminate!”

  1. Yes cancer is prevalent. Even know I know someone who is losing someone to cancer which has been a shocker. So unexpected. So sad. Makes me want to appreciate more these moments that I have. Like you said. Cancer does not discriminate. Anyone could get it. Hugs

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