Obviously, there are different kinds of each cancer, and every single patient with cancer has a different case. BUT...and this is just my opinion (but since its my blog, thats what I get to put here), none of those cases are good. Its still cancer. And you still have to wrap your mind around that while the doctor uses words that you've never heard of. And you still have to tell your family and friends. And then your family and friends have to try and wrap their minds around it.
We have all been very lucky to be surrounded by such good family and friends during this process. And we decided very early on that we were going to "buck up" and face this head on. No negativity...just doing what we need to do to beat this thing. I hope and pray everyday (and believe in my heart) that my Dad will beat this, and that it will just be a stepping stone to something else in his life.
So just do me a favor, and take a minute to think before you say something like "good cancer." Take the time to think about the people that haven't been so lucky and that have lost their fight with cancer. And the families of those people. Because I bet that they think that cancer, no matter what kind, is anything but good.