The Internet: Friend Or Foe To The Cancer Patient?

For those that are not “tech ” savvy, the internet can be a daunting thing. However, the benefits of the internet, far outweigh the negatives. The internet is a treasure trove of information, and yes, it can be a lifesaver for the cancer patient, in more ways than one. Personally, I think the internet can be a definite key to getting life-saving information. The internet is not something to fear, it is something that needs to be embraced!

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Mark Kageyama
Mark Kageyamahttps://www.caringbridge.org/visit/markkageyama
My name is Mark Kageyama. I live in Southern California, USA. I am married, to my wonderful wife Beth, and I have two amazing daughters, Lisa and Tani. At the beginning of 2021, I was diagnosed with stage 4 cancer, in my bones, prostate, and my lungs. I made a very important determination at the beginning of my journey: I will be healthy, I will survive, and I will be positive every day! I am so incredibly blessed to be able to open my eyes every day! I truly appreciate the simple things in life: being able to walk outside my front door, experience nature, and all of the amazing things that our planet has to offer! This year I have gone through numerous inhumane, invasive procedures including lung and bone scans and biopsies, MRIs, ultrasounds, chemotherapy, etc. I have a CaringBridge Site, where I share my cancer journey. This site has taken a tremendous burden off of me, as far as sharing my cancer journey with family and friends. I also started a YouTube channel called 2BYourOwnHero, to share my journey, as well as, and more importantly, I want to help people appreciate their life, appreciate their health, and embrace their opportunities. I figured that there wouldn't be many stage 4 cancer patients who would be willing to share their stories with the public. I talk about the cancer battle, positive attitude, gratitude, and many other subjects which I hope to inspire people with. Every other Thursday, at 9:00 AM PST, my friend Katie Gasparri and I put on a presentation called the "Cancer Conquering Community" on the Clubhouse app. We are forming a community of cancer survivors, patients, caregivers, and concerned people who are interested in learning more about cancer. Please join us!


  1. I’m sure it was another great one Mark although for some reason I can barely hear you. I will watch when reception is better here in Ecuador.
    If for some reason I am away from Computer , I may be in Transition and be taking a little time to catch my breath once back home in Calgary with reuniting and Christmas and all.
    I really admire you sharing with us all and remaining positive. To live with love and hope are so vital and as I think you are trying to say here… technology links lives. Can any of us imagine it any other way now?
    Thx again Mark
    Blessings Upon You!