• Teen’s Heartwarming Message To A Mom In Snow

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    Truly a simple heartwarming message to give a mother having cancer. It is significantly important to identify and know the effects of cancer. Nobody wants to have this kind of chronic disease so the best thing we should do is learn how to live healthy lifestyle and diet to live a better life.

    By Dr. Mercola

    A loving, motivational message from a son to his mother – carved out in snow on the top deck of Chicago's Rush University Medical Center parking lot — went viral earlier this month.

    The snow message read “HI MOM” and was intended for Sharon Hart, a 48-year-old woman undergoing chemotherapy for acute myeloid leukemia. After thinking about the rest of the patients in the hospital, the 14-year-old son and his father went back and added “GOD BLESS U” to the message, which was visible to nearly the entire east side of the hospital.

    When nurses, doctors, and patients began sharing photos of the heartwarming message on social media, the message soon went viral, touching many around the world, especially the millions who have been personally impacted by a cancer diagnosis (themselves or a loved one).

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    Your oncologist will work with you and your parents to come up with a plan for how to treat your cancer, including the types of treatment you will have and how long treatment may last. Being prepared and knowing what to expect is an important step in the treatment planning process. Learn more about cancer treatments. One of the first things to do is to find a cancer doctor. Your current doctor or nurse will help you and your parents find a pediatric oncologistâ??a doctor who focuses on treating children and teenagers with cancerâ??or a medical oncologist who specializes in adolescent and young adult oncology. Most often, teenagers with cancer should be treated at a specialized cancer center where medical oncologists and pediatric oncologists work together to plan treatment. Find a cancer center near you.


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