One of the most traumatic experiences of life is to be diagnosed with cancer. For long, the news of cancer development was synonyms to a death sentence. But, now, science is shifting this cruel course of life towards hope and optimism for healthy survival.
Now, various studies have come across with better treatments and diagnostic tests that are revolutionizing the field of oncology. Developments in immunotherapy and many alternatives to chemotherapy itself are coming forth. Researches are being conducted to minimize the side effects of anti-cancer drugs. Many cancers are now treatable and sensitive cancers like lung and ovarian cancers have seen better treatments.
Cancer’s power to dissipate the quality of patients’ lives is now being taken away. Over the past decade, numerous breakthroughs have come forth with good results, that allows the patients to spend more quality time with friends and families.
The quest for beating cancer is continuously active in science and research. With these good researchers constantly trying to better results at our backs, we have hope for a bright future for patients. We have heard a lot of the severity of cancers but now, it is being replaced by daily news of better treatments and recommendations. There are now so many cases where patients have beaten terminal stages of cancer.
With this in mind, taking a cancer diagnosis as a death call is the last thing we should do. We need to research by ourselves about various alternatives for each type of cancer, interact with more patients who have made it through cancer, ask our doctors to fill us in more about dietary and exercise routines that could lower cancer, maintain our mental peace with hope for a good future. No one is simply alone in the battle against cancer now. Scientists and doctors throughout the world are struggling to improve life for such patients. Families and friends across the globe are there to lend support and care.
It is true that now we have the ability to curb cancer and fight against it in a way that hasn’t been precedented before. We are more experienced, more knowledgeable, stronger and more hopeful!