Hi I have been on ds for awhile but I have not posted anything here yet. I am taking care of a friend who has lung cancer. She is in stage four and she just found out less then a month ago. I have not posted here I think because I have been trying to deny this is really happening. I have to face the fact it is very serious the kemo is shrinking the cancer on her lungs but they found anouther mass on her spine. I try not to talk about it unless she brings it up, because I want to be postive and comforting to her. The friend with cancer and I have a mutual friend who has abandoned both the girl with cancer and me. She says she doesn't like the choices the girl with cancer has made and that she has made very bad choices and she takes advantage of govt. programs. So she won't support her because it would be out of pity. I personally don't believe that any one should suffer or die alone. No matter if they have made good or bad choices in their lives, it is not right to judge people. So I will not leave the girl with cancers side I am going to help her to the end. She has very limited resourses and no family who will help her. I will be damned if she is going to have to do this alone. My other freind can't understand this so she ditched us both, I feel bad for my friend with cancer, because she doesn't know why our other friend has left us, but I do not want to tell her because she does not need the heartache, she has to much to deal with already. I am rambleing on here sorry, I just seemed to be more nervous on this site. I think its because I am haveing a hard time dealing with this. Sorry for rambleing
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