Who cares?

Caring for a loved one who has or had a throat cancer can be one of the most demanding things a person does. We often hear stories from carers of stress, frustration, pain, fear, or emotional turmoil. Wishing they could take the cancer away, their loved one is going through. A whole range of emotions are often experienced.
A carer is an important role in looking after a loved one with the disease, but often the support is given to the individual. To some degree this is right, but on another level, it is as important that the carer is looked after also.
This is why we want to hear from you, if you are a carer of someone who has throat cancer, had throat cancer or even sadly, lost their lives to cancer. We want to give you the chance to share your story. It may help you; it may help others trying to cope. You may have stories that make you laugh, or that make you cry, either way, please feel free to be honest about what you are feeling. You’ll get a feeling that you are not alone, but out there, there are other.
If you would like to share you story, email us at hello@throatcancerfoundation.org and we will share it for to get some support and recognition from others.
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