Home English Confronting End of Life Confronting End of Life Share on Facebook Share on LinkedIn Share on Twitter Copy this URL Share via Email Uncertainty is a part of the lived experience. For those diagnosed with colorectal cancer, this is no secret. Uncertainty may be a part of every decision: Is this the right treatment? What will happen to my job? Will I survive and thrive through this cancer experience? Michael Eselun, Chaplain for the Simms Mann Center for Integrative Oncology, chats with us about confronting the end of life and honoring where we are mentally, spiritually and emotionally when it comes to this and other taboo, tricky existential topics. While this podcast does not reflect any particular views of Fight CRC, it is an opportunity to hear from an expert in the field who regularly works with individuals and their families confronting difficult life decisions. If you'd like to talk to someone, contact our free Resource Line at 1-877-427-2111.