respond well to different treatments and continue to live for months or years. But others are at a point where there is no treatment available or their cancer can no longer be controlled. This is also called end-stage cancer or terminal cancer. (Sometimes terminal cancer is called metastatic cancer, but they aren’t always the same thing.
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Also, we lift up her granddaughter, which most believe is also her primary caregiver.
Caring for someone with advanced cancer brings new challenges and concerns. Things can get harder as your loved one’s cancer progresses. It’s important to take care of yourself and reach out for help. Getting help for yourself will also help your loved one.
Caregivers are going through cancer along with the patient so we send prayers out to her granddaughter and the entire family.