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Prostate Cancer Support

Being diagnosed with breast can be devastating; you do need support to cope with the disease. Friends and family are often first group of people who are present to comfort you. However, sometimes you need more than them. Nationwide, there are resources available to women who are victims of breast cancer; you will surely find a group to provide you important information and necessary assistance. You may also go on chat rooms and forums to express your fears and experiences, ask questions about the disease and its treatment. In fact, other women who have survived the cancer can provide you useful ideas to face the treatment and reduce its side effects.   

Although neglected by most, church is an ideal place to get comfort. It is found in many studies a higher percentage of people who completely heal or survive cancer longer among people who go to church and pray regularly. This can be due to divine intervention or their state of mind – they believe God will heal them. As long as it is possible, go to church and make friends. Every day, take time to praise God and meditate. Certain great books such as Steps to Christ and Jesus Christ (a book written by Ellen G. White) can be a powerful tool to help you deepen your faith in God.    

Faith in God and confidence in his love can make a big difference. It is so much easier to stay calm and feel less stressed when you are sure of God's love and his care. Studies conducted worldwide have shown that religious faith has a positive effect on health. People who truly trust in God live longer and suffer fewer problems with depression and better manage their emotional response to traumatic events. While we cannot exclude that the supernatural and miraculous power of God brings sometimes healing into our lives, it is not necessarily always the case. Peace, assurance and hope that faith gives believers can provide a mental attitude that will influence health in general. A merry heart is a good medicine - and be even better, because the drugs often have destructive side effects.  

Resources for cancer survivors are numerous. We do our best to list a few; however, you can still make your own research and find a group suitable for your situation. Some resources for cancer survivors include: