Two of the quotes below are made by a lymphoma survivor. But I think it applies to everyone battling any form of cancer. I read these, and it really struck a cord with me, and left my husband and I in tears. My step-son, Tyler, is in the fight of his life right now, battling two different forms of testicular cancer; Mature Teratoma and Choriocarcinoma, which is very rare.
Last week, after a round of high dose chemotherapy and a day after his stem cell transplant, Tyler told his dad, “It’s so hard to fight, Dad…but I’m not going to stop fighting.”
Tyler has taught us what it means to be strong and what it means to stand up and fight. Tyler is our hero.