Did you know that there are nearly 12 million people in the United States with cancer or who have been afflicted by cancer but overcome the disease?
Chances are you have a friend or a family member who has battled against one of the 100 plus different types of cancer.
Recently, I have been reminded just how easy it is to take life for granted. I've been following the story of a man fighting colon cancer in Tucson, AZ.
His name is Sean and he is in his 30's. He is a husband and father of four. He and his family still have countless memories to create together, but now a disease threatens to change all that.
I can only imagine myself - my family - having to make sense of cancer. Life is frighteningly fragile.
Tonight we put a small donation in an envelope to send to the Medical Fund for Sean. He is currently in the ICU. You can read more about his story here.
We know Sean and his family from when we lived in Tucson so I have a real face when I think of him. Whenever I think of him, I pray.
If you or a loved one has ever battled cancer, what were the most helpful things people did to encourage you and care for you?
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