Thousands of people every year find out they have cancer. Over half will have to go through some type of chemotherapy or radiation treatment. Both are extremely painful. Their appearance will change dramatically and their physical abilities will become limited. Just talking can and will become a chore. Although many physicians and specialist try to comfort and prepare each patient; it is those patients with children who find the whole experience tormenting. They fear for
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stop them from feeling sad, but if they share their feelings and give them information about what is happening, they can offer them support in their sadness. Cancer is a serious and unfortunate disease that parents need to share with their children when they find out they are infected with it. Dealing with it early and openly can help a family prepare for the future.
College Student: Junior
Double Major: History & Speech Pathology