Being Diagnosed With and Treated For Cancer

Vivian: Do you see this Lump? I’m sure I have Cancer.

Guy: Don’t Jump to conclusions. It could be something completely Benign.

Vivian: I know it’s not benign. It’s got to be a Malignant tumor. The cancer is probably at Stage two or three already. The Oncologist will probably want to start me on Radiation and Chemotherapy right away.

Guy: You haven’t seen a single doctor yet and you’re already planning for the worst.

Vivian: Of course I am. I want to be mentally prepared for the bad news. The doctor will do a Biopsy, but I already know what the results will be. I’m just hoping the Prognosis will be good.

Guy: I think you’re Getting way ahead of yourself. It could be something completely harmless.

Vivian: I can’t afford to believe that. I have a Family history of cancer. My father was Diagnosed when he was 56 years old. It’s true he’s been in Remission and hasn’t had a Relapse yet, but you never know with cancer.

Guy: That’s right, you never know. You could live to the age of 90.

Vivian: You can Fool yourself as much as you like, but I have To face facts – especially as sick as I am.

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Being Diagnosed With and Treated For Cancer