This question was submitted via our Ask a TMS Therapist program. To submit your question, click here. Question A friend was just diagnosed with stage 2 pancreatic cancer, and pretty much told to get his affairs in order. He is trying a new treatment and is hopeful. Amidst the zillions of messages telling him to FIGHT FIGHT, I wrote from my newly awakened heart and said don't FIGHT. Just thank it for the lessons and say "run along now, cheerio, happy trails." He liked my comment. My husband has been a cancer survivor for 45 years. He is going to work the programs with me. A tiny, quickly removed spot came back this year. Not the original. A side effect from the crude 1970 chemotherapy. Question. Does this sound well...like the right thing to say?