Climb or Die— Helping others thrive
People who blog about their encounter with cancer come to find that their written work gives a support to other cancer patients. You’d be unable to find a patient when diagnosed with cancer who will not google about his illness and looks for his or her prognosis. And he will ask a million dollar question . “Am I going to die?”
Since advancements are going so quickly and one can find thousands of abstracts that can addle your brain and the outdated data you read will confuse and misguide you more. One one side before visting to the medical oncologist you think you know everything about your disease but on the other hand you are fooling yourself because internet will not give latest information published in journals . And obviously you are not an expert to interpret the data. Being diagnosed with cancer is like being dropped at the foot of a mountainous path at night and being told, “Climb or die.” What does that mean. What i am talking about here is about blogs and what blog to follow. After the diagnosis of cancer people become self centered and many bogs you would like to follow will be written to the own well being of the blogger.
I am trying to help cancer patients to find cancer mazes, which is very common after the life threatening disease like cancer and also trying to educate them what to read what not to. I have started to write blogs and being a cancer care specialist those bogs will be without bias. These blogs will reach new audience and i will able to share information about the various stages of cancer form others that have already walked in my clinic. People have told me that I’ve helped them understand their own cancer stories better.”
Dr Waseem Abbas
Cancer treatment specialist