i always wear it when I go out anywhere...cancer patients and anyone with a compromised health condition. It important that we all wear our masks, wash our hands, take our temperature, sanitize and keep all people safe.
i do not want to ever have intubation and ventilator...it’s horrible.
I just completed my 2nd immune therapy yesterday. It takes a few hours to have it done. It is to prolong my life as triple negative breast cancer has only a 20% chance of remission. My diagnosis is about 1 to 2 yr survival. But with all this I have been bless d to have survived my first cancer with a 17 yr remission. I was able to have 4 great grandchildren born, see my grandson married and become a father, my other granddaughter married and had a third child, and perhaps down the road my single granddaughter will be married, my oldest grandson married and now a father with two children.
My my three daughters have been my life support through this difficult time and have been helping me in many ways. I also have a great support from my friends always trying to help me as well. All is good.