She has cancer.Watch
One of my friends at university is recovering from leukaemia (the cancer is pretty much gone I believe however she is still weakened by the ordeal). And I am going to go into the hospital and read her revision materials etc., to her so she does not miss out on her exam preparation (as well as to give her lots of cuddles ). I am aware that it needs to be very gentle as she is not back at her full ability yet, so has anything ever done anything like this? How long a rest break should I give her?
Other than that, just be supportive, show your willingness to help her through and make her feel like she's definitely got someone to rely on.
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Id say just being there and talking to them about anything at all (any sports they follow or how your day went) would be the best thing you could do.
Everyone is different. But don't make her cancer the subject everytime you meet up. If your friend wants to discuss her cancer, then fine. If she doesn't, then leave it.
With the rest breaks - discuss that with her.
Hospital food is in general, awful. She may appreciate some nice home made food.