Health Youtuber Philipp Mickenbecker: Cancer in the final stage - "It is so that the skin is always desiring"
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At the beginning of March, Youtuber Philipp Mickenbecker together with twin brother Johannes "It does not look good and does not feel good. I'm very happy and grateful that I have no pain." Now he gives a new update and opens completely that his condition has deteriorated and he can not be positive positively every day.and talked about his cancer. In the interview with the twins Benjamin and Dennis Wolter (30) he said: Philipp Mickenbecker Tumor continues to grow
Philipp says it's important to him. To keep his fans up to date "and not always to do so as if everything was perfect." The pictures of his tumor, which he shows in his video, are truly nothing for weak nerves. Also, you can see the Youtuber cry. He explains: "It is so that the skin is more and more desires. That looks really bad, ends really strong and honestly stinks." His tumor continues to grow and he has also discovered a "new bump". "Everything looks extremely bad," says Philipp. "I always realize that I can not stand that to look at."
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"The Real Life Guys "Youtuber Philipp has no fear of death
that he still stand on stage, turn videos and can pursue his passion that he remains so much energy and mental strength, Philip sees as" Krasses Miracle "- Even if he gets much bad air now. The Youtuber has found the faith in God during his cancers. Often he will be asked how he could still believe in God's plan. Does he have no doubts? "If I see the rational in the mirror, I see a clock that runs," he admits. "Of course it is over sometime." He is not afraid of death, but the process of dying employs him. "The body bogs in a lively body," he says.
The Youtuber finds it important to allocate supposedly "weak" moments, tears and doubts. You do not have to endure that, certainly not alone. Through his connection to God and the prayer Philipp feels better. He can draw the perspective from the visible to the invisible. It is important to "preserve these beliefs, even if you do not feel God right now".
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© Provided by Gentside Instead of buying tea, a granny mistakenly buys a box of condoms A totally crazy story that has was reported on social networks last February. This English grandmother had undoubtedly forgotten her glasses when she went shopping at the supermarket. A size error Rosemary Riley, a 76-year-old grandmother from Lancashire, UK, went to her hometown Asda supermarket to shop, as the reported the Manchester Evening News .
Philipp Mickenbecker is thankful to be alive - overas the doctors predicted him in the fall. Even if no wonder healing happens. "I'm curious how the whole thing goes on," he concludes and promises to take his fans more in his everyday life.
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