You’ve probably seen Randy Pausch a lot on the news lately. He’s the Carnegie Mellon Professor who is dying from pancreatic cancer. What makes him — and his message — so memorable are the amazing details of his life — and OUR lives in general — that Randy shared in his ‘Last Lecture’ on September 18, 2007. Watch the video below…
Cancer is one of the most feared words in existence. The best defense against fear is knowledge -- and you'll find that here. Real people are sharing their personal experience receiving a cancer diagnosis, undergoing cancer treatments, surgery, and the recovery process. Plus tips for choosing natural remedies, and sources of support that can be helpful on your path to healing.
I am intrigued whenever I hear another first-person story of someone’s life with cancer, including their coping mechanisms, the highs and lows, the ups and downs, and the ultimate realities of struggling to survive this battle with something called ‘cancer’. Most of all, I appreciate when people are able to maintain their sense of humor through it all.