Cancer Perks

Regardless of the tumor shrinking miracle which has bought him a few more years, Louis had never been anything but terminal, his final chapter inscribed upon diagnosis. But when a handsome plot twist named Harry Styles joins at Cancer Perks Support Group, Louis's story is about to be completely rewritten // Yes this is a fault in our stars fan fiction, please don't accuse me for copying the book, because i am not trying to pass it off as my own, i think it is a great book and i wanted to make my own version which has probably been already written, but i don't know so i haven't copied and i am not copyrighting this

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Early in the summer of my 19th year my parents decided i was depressed, undoubtedly because i hardly left the house, spent a large amount of my time in bed, read the same book over and over, ate infrequently and dedicated a lot of my plentiful free time to thinking about death.

If you have ever read a cancer book or website etc, you will notice that they always list depression as a side effect of cancer. But in fact, depression is not a side effect of cancer. Depression is a side effect of dying. (actually cancer is a side effect of dying, so is everything else if you think about it) But my Parents decided i required treatment, so she made me go to support group. Cancer Perks Support Group. This Support Group featured a ever changing cast of people in various states of tumour driven sickness. why is the cast ever changing? another side effect of dying. 

The support group is depressing as hell. We all met every Tuesday in a basement of a stonewalled Episcopal churched shaped like a cross. We all sat in a circle around the cross, where the two boards met, where the heart of Jesus would have been. 

I always noticed this because support group leader Stan, the only person over 20, talked about the heart of Jesus every single meeting! he talked all about how we, as young cancer survivors, were sitting right in Christ's very hallowed heard and that kind of crap. 

First he talks about his own cancer story. How he had some kind of Cancer in his balls and how everyone thought he was going to die but then he came through and miraculously recovered and how we could all recover some day. 

Next we introduce ourselves: Name. Age. Diagnosis and how we're doing today. I'd say I'm Louis, 19 years old. Thyroid originally but with an impressive and long-settled satellite colony in my lungs. And i'm doing okay.

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