Sebastian is working on care for four daughters and is a priority for all her family members, Julia, his wife, who has been diagnosed for four years now to ensure that he continues fighting against breast cancer.
Sebastian believes that being a member of the patient with a diagnosis of cancer "positively detects the level of living and medical treatment," said Felipe de Jesús Díaz, doctor and academic at the University of Guadalajara, Efe.
The PhD in Psychology, along with Life and Health Quality Guidance, alleviates the negative impact of cancer on the part of the couple, even if it is an informed person, to clarify doubts and myths, such as the probability of survival.
For breast cancer, for example, "those who receive a diagnosis get tragically, when hope is very broad, there is a good chance of life," he said.
Julia is the one who informs, encourages and encourages her husband and daughters, unlike other relatives, such as parents or siblings, "here we are not here," he said.
Nowadays, Sebastian is constantly working on the job, while continuing to work uninterruptedly, allowing him to attend medical appointments, which he has not left alone with his wife, for 22 days.
"It was not his or my daughter, God knows, it was not here, what happens is happening, but I never gave up, because my engines are here," Julia said softly. and smiling
Dr. Felipe de Jesús Díaz emphasized that oncology patients and their social networks have a healthy lifestyle, such as choosing more information consumption.
It estimates that around 100% of emotions and people change their environmental perceptions, and vice versa, therefore, a good "cultural nutrition" will promote "openness, wellbeing and perception of hope", which has a positive impact on treatment.
As for families like Julia and Sebastian, Diaz said, "they show their testimony that they are hopeful and can overcome this diagnosis."