Copyright © Timothy Rowe
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Copyright © 2001, Timothy Rowe
Should we scream, "Why me, why me?"
Or should we sit and cry?
Why do they think cancer victims
Are so afraid to die?
They think that we dwell on cancer
But then marvel at how we don't quit
They think cancer is a terrible thing
But want to think people can handle it
They want to see people handle it well
So that they can think they will too
They want to feel that if they get cancer
They'll be able to make it through
Cancer victims are all upbeat
Cancer awakens something in you
It taps some hidden inner strength
That helps you make it through
Cancer victims don't let it get them down
We don't have to pretend
We really do stay upbeat
Even though it may get us in the end.
T. C. Rowe
May 16, 2011 - Elderly and frail patients with colorectal cancer can participate in randomized controlled trials with appropriate design, including reduced drug dosing, according to a study published online May 12 in The Lancet.
May 16, 2011
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