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“Everything Will Be Okay” And Other Terrible Things To Say To A Cancer Patient

When comforting a friend or loved one with a cancer diagnosis, positive energy might be the way to go. They are already fighting a tough fight, and they need words that bolster their spirit, rather than words that sound like a condolence message.

In this video, cancer survivor Amy Robach talks about what she liked and hated hearing when she was battling cancer. She also talks about how words of hope and inspiration are needed to help the cancer sufferer maintain a positive spirit.

If a loved one is diagnosed with breast cancer, it may be hard to know how to help her. Read this to learn some ways in which you can show support to someone fighting the battle.

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