Life is amazing; live it to the fullest. Stay as long as you can.
I don't know a great deal about Alzheimer's - just what it does.
Cancer reminds me of a very bad but tenacious performer who, although no one wants to see, insists on doing an encore, having a return engagement, making a comeback and, worst of all, going on tour.
All of us are going to die. Every single one of us. So, while you're alive, be alive.
I wouldn't give people advice except to share with them what I'm doing, which is, You're alive - stay alive.
As long as you're alive, you can do something.
We're all terminal; none of us are getting out of this alive.
Every five minutes, every hour, every day, every year that you waste worrying about your cancer - you have forfeited time that you could have been alive having fun.
Don't accept or be crippled by the media hype that aging is bad or shameful.
The disease I have is quite a rare cancer, and it is located in a limited area - a very widespread area, but narrow. So a lot can happen if the cancer starts getting really aggressive, pressing on parts of the brain and causing me to lose either my speech or my ability to think, etc.
Luck is not an acceptable substitute for early detection.
Do not tell somebody how to vote, just go up to them and tell them what Fahrenheit 9/11 meant to you. Fahrenheit will probably not win an Academy Award, but if you put it first on your list, it will become a nominee.
Above all, learn to live when you're dying.