posted on Jan, 25 2013 @ 01:37 PM
When I hear of someone close to me or close to my friends and family passing on from cancer..I always have to wonder..
"Was it the cancer..or the 'cure'?"
I lost my own beloved Uncle at age 41 from the "cures" they used to treat his throat cancer. He left behind 4 beautiful young children who have had
to grow up without him, 3 loving and doting older sisters, a heartbroken mother, and his loving nieces and nephews. Barely a day goes by that I am not
reminded of him. I miss him so terribly and I wish to God that I had done more to see that he had tried natural treatments. As it was, he barely
lasted 18 months after first diagnosis. I recall when he was originally diagnosed, they said it was treatable; prognosis was good. He went in to
remission for a few months before it was found again, and this time it had come back with a VENGEANCE. I am choking up to write these words. I cannot
believe the pain and torture this sweet man went through. In the end, his unmoved doctors wrote him off as a lost cause. It was terrible and I will go
to my grave haunted by what he had to endure. He was their guinea pig, and when all that was left was a mere hull of his former self, he was just
My mother and young daughter were by his side when he passed, along with the sisters and mother and his children. He chose to go with medical help..on
his chart was written "DNR".
To those of you who so callously believe that the medical industry is infallible and that you can expect some people not to respond the same way, sort
of "collateral damage"..you had better pray that you never lose someone you love with all your heart to the treatments themselves.
I would give just about anything to get in a time machine and go back with the knowledge I have now and save his life. I am 100% positive he would be
with us today. He was such a strong, loving and wonderful man. Now, all we have are his memories.
RIP, Uncle Scottie. We love you, always.