Doing This Before Cancer Treatment Assures Successful Results, Survivors Claim

The presence of millions of cancer survivors around the world is a proof of an important fact. It indicates how cancer, even in its worst form, can be defeated by ensuring positive outcomes of the treatment.

But the question arises – how can a patient ensure a positive outcome of the cancer treatment? There is just one thing common among all cancer survivors that continues to enables them to liver their liver their own way. It is their stress-free state.

Patient Stories

Stress is inevitable, especially when someone has cancer. For Dubai’s Gulf News reader Reshma Chowdhury and Filipina Sheryl Palattao, the story was no different.

Both of them had breast cancer and their families were left devastated when the doctors shared the bad news. However, a majority of their concerns were levied off when Chowdhury and Palattao decided to face the situation boldly with sheer calmness and patience.

Both of them believe that remaining calm, positive, and stress-free during the course of cancer treatment is important. As per them, stress acts like a food for cancer. Therefore, it is important to smile and keep up with the treatment.

What did they do to stay positive?

Despite severe chemotherapy sessions after the surgery, Chowdhury and Palattao continued to do what they used to do before they were diagnosed. They would return to their jobs after the chemotherapy session. Seeing their treatment working in the right direction further boosted their morale. Thanks to their positive outlook in addition to the quality of treatment.

For Chowdhury and Palattao, treatment was like removal of some impurities out of their bodies and this is what kept them going. They kept stress at bay by their positive outlook and achieved success to live a cancer-free life.

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