“I was just like, ‘Oh, my God, my body’s dying,'” he recalled.
He was a college student at the time, so he was going through an awful time.
He started getting cancer at age 28, and after three months of chemotherapy, it turned into lymphoma.
He didn’t know he was cancer-free until the day he was in the hospital.
“It’s hard for a lot of people to have cancer.
It’s hard to have it,” he said.
He has to wear a mask every day and wears a respirator to help him breathe.
“If you have cancer and you don’t know it, it’s like having cancer and not knowing it.
It doesn’t make any sense,” he added.
The story was published online by the Providence Journal Obituary & Memorial.
A woman, who wished to remain anonymous, told Fox News she saw her husband in a wheelchair and that she believed he had cancer.
She also said her husband’s daughter was diagnosed with the disease.
The patient also said she was the first to learn about the condition and the difficulty it could cause, and she felt she had to do something.
She told Fox the first thing she did was call her father.
He was in a room and told her he was very sick, she told Fox.
“He said he didn’t have time for me to talk, he just needed to go.”
She asked if he needed a ride home.
“I need you to drive me to the hospital.”
She called him and told him to get home.
He drove her to the ER.
She was diagnosed and had surgery on her lungs, which she described as “very swollen.”
She was hospitalized for more than a year and said she still has symptoms that continue to plague her.
She said her cancer took a toll on her marriage.
“My husband and I are now divorced,” she told FOX.
“I’m the one who has to go through all this.
I have to be at work all the time.
I’m not allowed to go to church,” she said.
The Providence Journal obituary and memorial said the family is grateful for the outpouring of support from the public and doctors, but said the woman’s cancer has since passed.
She is seeking monetary compensation for the pain and suffering that her cancer has caused.
She said she is looking for a way to help pay for her medical bills.
She and her husband both suffer from multiple sclerosis.
She has tried several treatments but says it is difficult to keep them going.