Many people are associated with someone whom has been suffering with cancer. With today’s technological advancements, many have survived just as well. The following selection of get well wishes for cancer patients will help to encourage a quick recovery while letting the other person know that you are there.
Always remember that your present situation is not your final destination. The best is yet to come.
Blessed is the one who perseveres under trial because, having stood the test, that person will receive the crown of life that the Lord has promised to those who love him.
Cast your cares upon the Lord, He will sustain you; He will never permit the righteous to be moved.
Courage does not always roar. Sometimes it’s the quiet voice at the end of the day saying, I will try again tomorrow.
Encourage yourself. Don’t speak defeat over your life.
Forget your worries and focus on taking care of yourself now. You have always done so much for others. Now is the time to concentrate on getting you well.
Hardships often prepare ordinary people for an extraordinary destiny.
Hope is the only thing stronger than fear.
I admire the courage and strength you have shown as you have battled cancer. You are an inspiration to us all.
I am praying for the Lord to grant you peace, comfort, and wisdom.
I am praying for you every chance I get. I know that God’s will will be done, but I am praying for remission.
I fondly remember how much I was in awe of you when we first met. You took charge and showed confidence and dedication surpassing any person I’ve ever met. It is because of this that I know you will meet this challenge head on and win this fight.
I have learned that faith means trusting in advance what will only make sense in reverse.
I have no doubt that you will fight cancer with the same ferocious determination that you have with other challenges in your life. I know that the great strength you have will prevail.
I have seen you in countless tough situations. You have never given up. I can’t imagine that cancer will be any different. I know you will keep up that overwhelming willpower now, and you will soon be well again.
I have seen you in numerous situations that would have made others throw their hands up in the air. I admire your strength.
I know that this is a difficult time for you, but you should know that you inspire me every day.
I was surprised to learn of your diagnosis. You have had such a positive impact on my life. I value your friendship more than I can tell you. I’m thinking of you and praying for you.
If the future seems overwhelming, remember that it comes one moment at a time.
May God give you the strength and courage to continue your valiant fight until you are well again.
May the Lord look after you as His own.
Some days there won’t be a song in your heart. Sing anyway.
The pain that you’ve been feeling, can’t compare to the joy that’s coming.
The soul would have no rainbow had the eyes no tears.
Until you tell me something specific that I can do to help you, I will be diligently praying and patiently waiting.
What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us.
What the caterpillar calls the end of the world, the master calls a butterfly.
When I find myself getting down and looking for reasons to complain, I think of you and the positive attitude you have. I am grateful to have you as my friend.
When you come to the end of your rope, tie a knot and hang on.
When you feel tired, draw strength from the Lord. He will give you rest.
When you go through deep waters, I will be with you.
Worry is a misuse of your imagination.
You are not defeated when you lose, you are defeated when you quit.
You have inspired and helped me through difficult periods in my life. Please remember all those words of wisdom that you have given me in the past as you begin your battle with cancer. Your words inspired me, and I know they will do the same for you.
You have told me in the past to never give up. Now, I am returning those words of wisdom to you.
The below infographic provides a quick snapshot of cancer death rates in the United States. With an estimated one in four Americans die of some form of cancer each year. In 1991, the United States saw peak rates of cancer related deaths.