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See Kim W.

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Father passed away with secondary liver cancer.   We dedicate our blog to keep father's positive energy available for all in need of support.   Join our team where we will do the same:   sharing our cancer stories so you know you are not alone walking the difficult road paved with cancer.    
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Give a hug to Kath-e: metastatic liver cancer patient 3 months in hospice by See Kim W. Posted in: Blog Posts in Caregiving Please click here to comment to give Kath-e a hug: she has metastatic liver cancer with non hodgkins lymphoma as primary. She is 3 months in hospice and is her own ca ... Read on »
Live or Let Die: diagnosed with metastatic liver cancer: now what? by See Kim W. Posted in: Blog Posts in Cancer There are 2 directions you can go when you are diagnosed with metastatic liver cancer:   live or   die.   What are your options?   Against all ... Read on »
Help Nicole: her dad has colon cancer by See Kim W. Posted in: Blog Posts in Cancer Please give Nicole a hug, a prayer or share your experience so she doesn't have to walk the road alone athttp://bit.ly/70ZVu   Nicole's questions:   how to ... Read on »
Nicole asks for your prayer, hug or answers by See Kim W. Posted in: Blog Posts in Caregiving Nicole's father wants to take care of her father diagnosed with terminal colon cancer. He is confused and his leg is swollen.   Please give Nicole a hug, a prayer ... Read on »
How much crap must you read and eat before you die? by See Kim W. Posted in: Blog Posts in Cancer ...Dedicated to Mark who survived metastatic liver cancer eating only organic food and doing everything else right...   After 50 years of research, the UK Government's ... Read on »
Who can help Gary's mum? by See Kim W. Posted in: Blog Posts in Caregiving Gary's mum was diagnosed with small cell lung cancer last year. Just now it has spread to the liver.   Gary doesn't know what to do next. Please share your experience ... Read on »
Make a donation by See Kim W. Posted in: Blog Posts in Cancer If the information on this site helps you and you’d like to make a donation to MetastaticLiverCancer.org, please use one of the options below. The amount you donate is e ... Read on »
Help Mag's father recently diagnosed with colon cancer by See Kim W. Posted in: Blog Posts in Cancer Please drop by at Mag's father Colon Cancer Treatment and :   add your experience about colon cancer in order to   give Mag as much support and knowledge a ... Read on »
We can only survive cancer when we start working together by See Kim W. Posted in: Blog Posts in Cancer   We all know that 2 heads know more than 1. So just imagine what will happen if we all put our heads and resources together in order to find a cure for cancer?   ... Read on »
Jim's son's victory over metastatic liver cancer by See Kim W. Posted in: Blog Posts in Cancer   Today is special because:   Jim's son is in remission for his secondary liver cancer   my father would have celebrated his 78th birthday...   Easte ... Read on »
How Jimâ??s son is surviving secondary liver cancer by See Kim W. Posted in: Blog Posts in Cancer Cancer count down from 2100 to 35: 4 months after being diagnosed with metastatic liver cancer: a stoma, conventional and alternative cancer treatments, almost ready to ... Read on »
What a snowman can teach you about metastatic liver cancer by See Kim W. Posted in: Blog Posts in Caregiving   My logo depicts metastatic liver cancer as a snowman. Why is that?   Because when father became a terminal metastatic liver cancer patient, it reminded me on: ... Read on »
Primary and secondary liver cancer by See Kim W. Posted in: Blog Posts in Caregiving   Read why secondary liver cancer isn't a 'real' liver cancer. Not real in the sense that cancers are named according where they originated in the body.   A prima ... Read on »
Help others: how did you survive cancer? by See Kim W. Posted in: Blog Posts in Cancer After my father passed away 2 years ago with secondary liver cancer, we now gathered a few metastatic liver cancer survivors.   A few, because for this disease there i ... Read on »