Quotes About Having Cancer

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Quotes About Having Cancer

Having cancer is one thing; looking like you have cancer is another thing. Its a disease that already takes so much.
— Amy Robach —

I know that societies often have killed people who have helped to change those societies. And if I can die having brought any light, having exposed any meaningful truth that will help destroy the racist cancer that is malignant in the body of America then, all of the credit is due to Allah. Only the mistakes have been mine.

— Malcom X Alex Haley

In a sense, having cancer takes you by the shoulders and shakes you.

— Elizabeth Edwards

Having cancer is one thing; looking like you have cancer is another thing. It's a disease that already takes so much.

— Amy Robach

Having cancer empowered me to take more risks. I knew beating cancer was going to shape me, but it wasn't going to be all of me.

— Hoda Kotb

In my mid-twenties, I said to myself: 'I can't perform anymore!' I didn't know what I wanted to do. I didn't perform for a while, then ended up doing a one-woman show about Gilda Radner having cancer. It was called 'Gilda Defying Gravity,' and I did it on the Lower East Side. It was great; people really came out and supported me.

— Spencer Kayden

I think having the cancer allowed me to be able to freely talk about my faith.

— Paul Henderson

Cancer changes your life, often for the better. You learn what's important, you learn to prioritize, and you learn not to waste your time. You tell people you love them. My friend Gilda Radner used to say, 'If it wasn't for the downside, having cancer would be the best thing and everyone would want it.' That's true. If it wasn't for the downside.

— Gilda Radner

Lance Armstrong showed up, and I started talking to him; I saw all these people with cancer who followed him to Paris for the Tour de France, and I saw the difference he was making in their lives. That put it together for me ... having it be not so much about me, but [my being] a vehicle for it.

— Michael J. Fox

Thanks to feminism, women can now acquire status in two ways: through marriage or their own achievements. Cure cancer or marry the man who does, either way society will applaud. Unless he marries into the British royal family, it doesn't work that way for men. Wives shed no glory on their husbands. Having tea with Nancy Reagan is an honor; having tea with Denis Thatcher is a joke.

— Katha Pollitt

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