What Cancer Can’t Do has actually been online for 17 months now, and has been long deserving of an introduction. It started out as an idea from a piece of paper that my Mom brought home from treatment. I had a hard time with everything about Mom having cancer, and sometimes found myself hopeless and needing something to lift my spirits. My ultimate hope was that someone else out there, even if just one soul, would find a little glimmer of hope in any of the quotes or scriptures that the site currently contains. The work put into the site, updating it and adding new quotes as I can find them, is worth every ounce of time that it takes, because while I was sure by watching the hits to the site that other’s might be finding some piece of benefit from their visit, finding the comment below on a blog with a link to the site confirmed it all.
A friend of mine (early 30′s) just had a mastectomy January 9th, & I shared this quote w/her, & w/tears & hope in her eyes she said “I’m going to read this all the time!”
It went on further after quoting the entire What Cancer Can’t Do quote and included a link to the site.
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