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I wish it would go away, so I never had to hear of another diagnosis again, but it won’t. And if you are going through it, or are beside someone that is, don’t give up. Keep fighting. As a survivor, a survivor whose cancer metastasized twice, I say this…what you tell yourself in your head and in your heart will be what will come to pass. Cancer and negativity are best buds. Don’t let them take up room in your body. An inch of doubt can quickly become a foot. Stay positive. Stay in prayer. KNOW that you will be healed. Know it. Speak it into existence every chance you get. It will test you, it will try you. There will be times you weep. As long as once the weeping is over and the fight returns, you will get through it. You will learn more about yourself than you could possibly imagine. You will treasure life in a way you never did. Go with it. Grow with it. Just never give up.
“Cancer is pure evil. It is a fat, little lump that needs to be destroyed. When there is a cancer, you have to fight it. You can’t reason with cancer. You can’t wish it away. Cancer doesn’t play by the rules, so neither can you. And you can’t listen to what anybody else tells you. You have to be willing to give up everything, because the cancer will *take* everything. When you have cancer, you fight. Because it doesn’t matter if you beat it or not. You *refuse* to let that fat, little lump make you feel powerless!”-Principal Victoria, a Survivor.