was reading some post about kidney cancer and decided instead of being so depressed to try and help someonelse. If you or a love one has kidney cancer I can tell you to find a doctor who believes in surgery to remove the cancer. Kidney cancer is known(info from our great doctor) to go from the kidney, to the lung, the liver, the brain and then the bones. My husband's cancer went from the kidney,to the lungs, adrenal glands(which was probably part of the kidney problem, then to the bones. He skipped the liver and brain(they will be checking now). When it is in an organ the best way to rid of it is to do surgery. That is what our Doctor did and my husband has lived longer(we were told) than others who did not do surgery.
They took out what they could from the bone. It is a new mountain but we have to find another trail.
I have had thyroid cancer so what I am about to share with you is not from someone who does not know the FEAR from both sides. I want to share with you that a positive attitude is a MUST! My husband is amazing people!
He has his days but overall I have watched him and he has such determination to beat this, it makes me feel shame in my worrying at times.
He had hip surgery on a Saturday to place a steel rod in his femur bone. He got back to the room at 3:00pm and he was walking to the nurses station holding on to a wheelchair by 5:00pm!POSITIVE! We watched Joel Osteem on television and he said you can choose to be positive or negative.We can take this cancer (any type) and take into our minds all the negative aspects of this diease or we can take in all of the positive(as hard as it may be sometimes) and dig to find the positive aspects and LIVE our days to the fullest!
Please if anyone has any questions about kidney cancer and I can help feel free to ask. You may be a caretaker and feel the weight of the world on your shoulders! I will be glad to try to lift you up. By lifting you ...I lift!