The man who tricked his girlfriend out of the hospital after overcoming cancer

Tom Garrod says the capture of his girlfriend was worse than he had just been a few days, but he found love again after overcoming four stages of prostate cancer.

Tom Garrod changed his life completely and rediscovered love.

one Cancer A month after being discharged from the hospital, a survivor recounted his illness for cheating on his girlfriend.

Tom Garrett was diagnosed with stage 4 prostate cancer in 2004 and was told he had three days to live.

Doctors told him the bad news, but he did not give up and immediately sought treatment, including chemotherapy and steroids.

He tells MyLondon Even after leaving the hospital with his story, Especially when he gets home early one day.

Tom says his heartbreak is worse than saying his time is running out.

He returned to his apartment to testify for the betrayal, lied to her and tried to kill her for the second time that year.







He said in 2004 that he had only a few days to live.
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“I was shocked,” he said. I honestly feel that cheating is worse than when I was diagnosed with cancer.

“I know this is happening all the time,” he said.

“Cancer is out of control, but ‘Am I?’ Did I do something wrong?

“After that, I stayed with my sister for a while and started smoking heavily. I do not want to stay here anymore. It was really dark, and I was always depressed.







Now, 17 years later, he is running from one side of Wales to the other.
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“But I hit something,” he said. I don’t know what happened. “But I remember sitting at the window and taking out a cigarette and thinking, ‘Enough.’

Tom, now 44, has been suffering from health problems since childhood and was diagnosed with Po-virus Encephalitis at 20 months.

He has reunited with his new girlfriend Naheed.

Not only that, but his life is on the highway: Tom, with the help of Kings College Hospital, ran the Welsh long twice this year.







Tom suffered a heart attack and attempted suicide twice.
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I still remember how lonely I was while undergoing cancer treatment. So he says he wants to be a part of the journey himself.

Tom goes on to say, “You never know what other people are doing. You do not know what other people are doing, so be kind to people, but everyone is in this world for a reason.

“I still have bad days, sometimes depressed, but for most people I think so.”

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