When my friend told me that his wife was diagnosed with cancer recently, I couldn’t believe my ears.
I grew up with them both and knew his wife almost as long as I knew him, and that was the last thing I expected him to tell me when he mentioned that he wanted to meet at a local bar to get a beer at 3 oclock in the afternoon.
While I am usually not a day drinker, I was happy to oblige when I detected a tinge of seriousness in his tone and demeanor when he asked me out of the blue one day. I could do nothing but express my utmost sympathies and compassion when he finally explained to me what had happened. She was set to undergo chemotherapy, but they were naturally paranoid that it wouldn’t actually help her with all of her health problems. I told her to be patient and to supplement her prescribed cancer drugs and treatments with high THC cannabis products. I have read increasing anecdotal reports of people undergoing tumor reduction after just a year of heavy cannabis consumption. Luckily she was a fan of cannabis and it wasn’t hard for her to fall back into using the plant again. We’re all hoping that between the THC consumption and the chemotherapy, she’ll be able to kick cancer for good and live a long and happy life. I’m praying for her with nothing but the utmost concern for her livelihood moving forward. I can’t imagine what it would do to my friend if something happened to his wife, but I’m staying as positive as I possibly can be.