Bryan Murray Cancer is
at Stage IV, and there is no Effective Treatment
Last Thursday during an interview with
TSN, Bryan Murray, the general manager of the Ottawa Senators, has
just revealed that he is fighting a stage 4 colon cancer. The tumor is so advanced
that there is no effective conventional treatment for it.
Murray announced a few months ago, July 7, that he was undergoing treatment for
cancer, but he did not give details to publicly reveal the
severity of the disease. However, yesterday, he
explained everything to the public. His
cancer is in stage 4 and metastasized; this means that the tumor has spread to
another organs: metastases to the lungs and liver.
"There is no cure for me”, told
Murray to a Montreal journalist, Michael Farber, on The Sports Network (TSN), a Canadian English language sports specialty media.
Murray explained that he had been
diagnosed with the cancer June 23, but his doctor said he has probably been
suffering from the disease for several
years. It seems the cancer has been developing in Murray for about 10 years.
"The doctor told me clearly that I had
cancer. I had colon cancer
which has affected my liver and lungs. I was also told that the tumor is very serious and that I should immediately begin a
treatment…” This is important to increase his survival chance. And
since this is a stage IV cancer which has
spread into his body, special treatment and support are necessary to prolong his
life. Bryan Murray cancer is another clear reason for an urgent
need for a cure for cancer.
Since he announced his position
this summer, Murray took advantage of
his position as CEO Senators
to raise money for cancer research.
He also admitted to suffering from
depression due to his health. This is the case of most cancer
patients, suffering from the depression after the cancer diagnosis. After all, who would like to hear, “I am sorry;
you have cancer” from his health care provider? Please visit our
"It's a fight, there is no doubt, said
Murray. It's full of emotions.
There are many days when
I'm depressed. I try not to
have to. There are also
good days and I am trying to have more."
“Bryan Murray cancer” gives us more courage to live a healthy
lifestyle to prevent cancer. It is not easy to prevent cancer lately, given pathogens are everywhere. But these
steps can help you not only prevent colorectal cancer but also most other types of
Eliminate in your diet all foods that can lead
to the development of colorectal cancer: red meat, grilled sausage, smoked ham, salami and sausages, etc.
Quit smoking if you are smoker; smoking is the
source of a variety of diseases including colorectal cancer
exercise regularly, about 5 days a week, at
least 30-45 minutes per day at least
Avoid alcohol consumption; heavy drinking
increase your risk of developing colorectal cancer
Take vitamin D supplement, mainly in autumn and
winter. If you are elderly or rarely expose to the sun, you can take vitamin D during all
Eat plenty of non-GMO fruits and cruciferous
vegetables; these foods are rich in nutrients and antioxidants that keep not only your digestive tract healthy but
also your whole body. It is shown in many studies that fruits and vegetables when consumed regularly and in great
quantity, have beneficial effects in preventing and fighting against almost all types of cancer.