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45 Get Well Messages For Cancer Patients

Get Well Messages For Cancer Patients

Use these 45 words of encouragement for cancer patients to uplift your friends and family who need hope at this time. You can speak words of life and inspiration! Your words may be exactly what it takes to motivate someone through cancer to get through another day of treatment, one day at a time. Each day brings new healing. Cancer can’t take away your hope. Bravery and courage are two of your greatest Get Well Messages.

1. “Cancer is a word, not a sentence.” – John Diamon”

2. “Remember that year when your number one goal was to survive? Oh yeah, that’s right now!”

3. “Once diagnosed with cancer, life becomes quite simple and comes down to just two choices – give up or fight back with everything you’ve got.”

4. “When you have exhausted all possibilities, remember this: You haven’t.”

5. “Remember how far you’ve come, not just how far you have to go. You may not be where you want to be, but neither are you where you used to be.”

6. “In your challenging journey toward recovery, I’m with you. I look forward to your recovery.”

7. “Battling cancer is one of the hardest things you’ve ever done. You’ve always stood up to a challenge, and that’s what made you strong enough to beat cancer for this long. I know you wish it was all over, though, and it sounds like you are so tired of chemotherapy and treatments. I want to support you and encourage you to stay strong! I’m sending positive thoughts your way every day, and I know you have the strength to keep going until you’re 100 percent cancer-free.”

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8. “You’re one of the toughest people I know. No matter what life has thrown at you, you’ve always found a way to recover with humor and strength. I know you have what it takes to tackle cancer with that same attitude. I know it’s still scary and frustrating, though. I’m here for you, and I pray every day that you get well soon.”

9. “Do not make permanent decisions based on temporary feelings.” – Brandi Benson”

10. “Give me a chore list. Tell me what your ordinary weekly tasks are and walk me through the basics. Then don’t think about them again. I’ve got them so that you can get well.”

11. “After all that you’ve survived, do you think some cancer cells are going to get the best of you? No way. Don’t you ever lose hope in your ability to overcome?”

12. “It may be difficult to see the bright side of a cancer diagnosis, but there is one.”

13. ““When it rains, look for rainbows When it’s dark, look for stars.””

14. “We’ll get through this together, knowing there are brighter days ahead for both of us.”

15. “No medicine is as powerful as hope. So, never lose your hope.”

16. “On the bright side, you won’t have any bad hair days for a while!”

17. “Cancer didn’t know what it was in for when it decided to hassle you!”

18. “When I see how strong you are as you lie there in pain fills me with hope. Many of us are praying for your quick recovery. Your smile is truly an inspiration.”

19. “There will come a time in life when you believe everything is finished. That will be the beginning.” – Bishop (Cancer Survivor)”

20. “Your strength to suffer pain today will be the pen that writes a new destiny. Just one month of being cancer-free will wipe away the pain of many years of chemotherapy.”

21. “Never be ashamed of a scar. It simply means you were stronger than whatever tried to hurt you.”

22. “You can defeat every monster with that courage of yours, even cancer. You’ll come through victorious for sure.”

Encouraging Cancer Messages for Patients to Inspire Hope

23. “Fighting cancer isn’t easy, but you can’t escape it. Have the courage to face it and move forward.”

24. “Your support is all he/she needs to fight this cancer. I’m proud to see you delivering on that.”

25. “Surviving cancer teaches you the meaning of true freedom. Congratulations and best wishes for a new start.”

26. “Cancer is painful and I know that it is sometimes overwhelming. My heart goes out to you and I am here for you. Please allow me to be your friend at this time and to hold you.”

27. “Be thankful for this day.”

28. “The beginning of mind over matter is the beginning of the end of cancer within you.”

29. “I am so proud of your strength. Thank you for being positive in every way possible. Get well soon, dear. We miss you in the hangout so much.”

30. “Don’t let life during cancer be a regret about the way you lived your life before cancer. Let it be a dream about the way you will live life after cancer.”

31. “When it rains, look for rainbows When it’s dark, look for stars.”

32. “Cancer is a word, not a sentence.” – John Diamond”

33. “Your strength is amazing. You inspire me every day.”

34. “I sometimes envy (patient’s name), seeing how supportive of a family he/she is! Stay strong always.”

35. “You’re a superhero in my eyes. You’re so strong and brave. Even though you’ve had a rollercoaster of emotions in your life for the past year, you still find the strength to smile. You inspire me to be a braver person every day!”

36. “Congratulations on becoming a cancer survivor and cheers to your better days! You are a true inspiration and a ray of hope to thousands going through cancer.”

37. “Cancer threatens life, but healing converts it into victory. Congratulations!”

38. “Your life is your story. Write well. Edit Often.”

39. “Each day brings new healing.”

40. “Finding the strength to smile each day can’t be easy. I don’t know how you do what you do each day! Even though I don’t understand it, I’m so lucky to have such a strong friend like you. I know it can get exhausting, though. I’d love to have the chance to support you. Can I help get you to and from the hospital? I’d love to do anything I can to help!”

41. “Being a cancer patient is not about trying to beat the odds. It’s about knowing that the odds will beat you if you don’t give it your best.”

42. “I’m sure you can’t wait to feel 100 percent healthy. Even if it feels like it’s taking a long time, you’re getting there–one day at a time! I’m sure you’ll feel better soon, and I can’t wait to celebrate with you once you’re done with treatments! If there’s anything I can do to help your treatments go more smoothly, please let me know.”

43. “God made you with love, and obviously, he has planned something great for you.”

44. “Cancer opens many doors. One of the most important is your heart.” – Greg Anderson”

45. “Guess what? You officially have a “get out of jail free” card for all those lunches you try to avoid with your in-laws!”

Show your support with some positive messages for cancer patients or by sending get-well messages for the cancer patients.

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