Metastatic Liver Cancer

Give a hug to Kath-e: metastatic liver cancer patient 3 months in hospice

Please comment to give Kath-e a hug: being a metastatic liver cancer patient with primary non hodgkins lymphoma, she organized and shares her hospice experience: Hi Kaht-e here: I’m in this for three months since my prognosis and a brief update… Things changed since 3 months: I’m on morphine all day long … Funny thing […]

Melanie Haiken helps you to help your parents at

Are your parents getting older and for the first time in need of help of any kind? Where do you start?   Is one of your loved ones diagnosed with secondary liver cancer? Where do you start?   For metastatic liver cancer you start with:   your loved ones,   your doctors and   our […]

Death of actor Patrick Swayze

  People started talking about the death of actor Patrick Swayze from the moment he was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer early this year.   Read below how Shiana too starts to mourn the death of her best friend who is just diagnosed with stage 4 colon cancer.   This seems to be a natural but […]

What do you say to a man who is going to die

Charlotte’s father’s cancer starts resisting the chemotherapy he gets to cure his colon cancer and secondary liver cancer. In here comment at More news from Trish – metastatic liver cancer survivor, she aks:   What do you say to man who is going to die?   How would you answer that question? Please leave a […]

Secondary liver cancer : I feel like I am doing this alone

  Heather feels "she is doing it alone" in her comment at Metastatic liver cancer facts : secondary liver cancer.   That’s why we have our metastatic liver cancer site so everybody can share their experience and feelings with others:   to walk the path of secondary liver cancer together…   We ask all our […]

One caregiver is never enough! Patrick’s father has metastatic liver cancer

Patrick is scared for what is to come… Patrick’s story below (commented at Can chemotherapy cure metastatic liver cancer?) feels like he is telling our story with our father, our fears included …   We will share what we did in the hope, Patrick, you can gain some much needed strength out of it.   […]

Liver cancer story from Sue

Palliative care : Questions from Sue and answers from our metastatic liver cancer experience. Sue’s palliative care questions Sue left this comment at do you have a liver cancer story? God Bless You for what you are trying to do. I am taking care of my 81-year-old mother who up until last year looked and […]

Cancer support from Mary

Comment from Mary at “Pammy’s Liver cancer story : please give your hugs!”, with answer from Metastatic Liver Cancer. I am so very sorry for your situation with your sister. It does not seem fair for someone so young with little children left to raise to have to worry about how her kids will be, […]

Palliative care business

For one palliative care person to come by and sleep-over, not offering any other services: costs 30 USD. So what happened to health care? I mean, if you need to keep the patient in a hospital because you don’t have the manpower to treat them at home, doesn’t that cost much more than $30 AND […]

How to treat people who have a cancer?

For those who don’t know how to deal with a person that has cancer, read the life-experience of a terminal cancer patient below to get some inspiration. You can also read this complete liver cancer site day by day from the beginning until father died of metastatic liver cancer. But if your loved one has […]

Sleep, anger, cancer

Mom and dad were very angry when they first heard father had metastatic liver cancer. But as usual, father succeeded in toning down the angry faces. Father once told me: Eh, be patient! it’s me who is having this terrible cancer disease. And then I considered myself as the patient one… Yet it was not […]

Disaster Tourists aren’t helpfull at all

Today I phoned uncle’s house to see how he uncle is doing after his surgery, and I got a reply: don’t bother please. I noticed the word "please" in the sentence 🙂 Now this could sound strange, but I saw my mom doing the same when father had his liver cancer: just showing people the […]

Cancer treatment : treating your loved one yourself!

I am SK, daughter of father and helping to write my fathers thoughts online. Myself I have been struggling how to deal with father (yet he has the cancer not me). I tried to be as practical as possible with getting as much help inside the house and helping out as much myself. Quality of […]