I just wanted to say hi to everyone and tell you a little about myself. I have been battling Terminal Brain Tumor for 5 plus years now and as of yet they still say the outcome does not look good. I have been in the Army now for almost 18 years and it is my honor and pleasure to serve my country. I have just found out that the man i call Dad has stage four lung cancer and was told he has 6 to 12 months to live. He has already done Chemo and Radiation. This is the man that had thought me to be a man, father and husband, and i really can stand the thought of losing him, this will be the second husband my mom will lose to cancer, i am just tired of hearing that word.
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