I have been diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. Unfortunately, pancreatic cancer is the hardest to cure. The doctors said I will not live through it. They don't have a specified amount of time for when I will die, but they estimate within 2016.
What should I do?
- Take care of your body.
- Enjoy the time you spend with the people you love.
- Tell them how much you love and how much they mean to you.
- Continue doing the same things you used to do before (except unhealthy things of course).
I won't go into specifics, but something involving Barbara Lerner-Specter.
Barring that, if it really is incurable try some alternative methods. I've heard ingesting cannabis oil can cure cancer, and I've heard yew bark can do it too. Good luck. I really admire your cavalier attitude. Hope you had a good life.
>cannabis oil can cure cancer
HOLY SHIT. We have the cure but it's illegal! Outrageous. Cannabis can't cure cancer you moron. It just alleviates the symptoms caused by a cancer. Like reducing pain or nausea. It won't magically make your cancer go away.
>I've heard yew bark can do it too
I think you've mentioned this before. The professor who told you this was probably talking about the taxanes: a family of chemotherapy drugs that are, in fact, made from yew bark. There is nothing "alternative" about them; they've been part of standard chemo for decades, and are largely responsible for some of chemo's most infamous side effects. But for some cancers, they're among the most effective medicines we have.
Though note: "some" cancers. Every cancer case is unique, and while for many of them the taxanes are effective enough to be considered part of the first line of defense, that's not true for all of them. I've no idea what they would do for pancreatic cancer.
"Cannabis oil cures cancer" is flat-out bullshit. Studies are ongoing as to its possible use in palliative care, but that has nothing to do with curing anything.
Why are you wasting your time on this crappy imageboard, OP? If I were you, I'd drive around and think, eventually stop at a bar/pub, maybe strike up a conversation with someone there, and maybe ask them for advice. There's nothing wrong with being clueless about what to do next -- it's just that you've come to the worst cesspool for advice.
Remember, the human body was hard tested to endure anything short of deep sea pressure and space.
if you take good care of it, you might live
all up to you know anon, remember that your brain does half of the killing too, if you wanna live, make sure to give your 120%.
You've been giving a rare opportunity to confront your own morality.
While the rest of us live in the illusion that we will never die.
You can have the most incredible year of life. Live more then any of us.
We could only be so lucky to know when we would die.
God speed anon. God speed.
Pancreatic cancer can kill within months.... OP do something you want to do. Do you want to help others? Do you wan to say fuck it and have fun? Is there anything in particular you want to do for your family? These are a few things to think about.