• About Radiation-even more progress since this article

    Asked by CAS1 on Saturday, March 9, 2013

    About Radiation-even more progress since this article

    http://radonc.med.ufl.edu/2012/03/09/on-the-same-page/

    Very uplifting with hope for many of us.

    3 Answers from the Community

    • GregP_WN's Avatar
      GregP_WN

      Good stuff, thanks for sharing

      almost 4 years ago
    • tired's Avatar
      tired

      Hello CAS1.. It has been a long journey for me ... My cancer is still non-active but due to radiation and lung disease I am struggling more with that than anything... I do every 6 months for scans now and that is a huge step for me... No surgery because oncologist said it was too risky and would not give me more time.... I wish I could say that all is well but I have struggled with depression since post treatment mostlly because I can not do the things I could before. I have little to no energy somedays and others feel on top of the world!!!!!!!!! Praying all works well for you..Keep me posted

      almost 4 years ago
    • tired's Avatar
      tired

      Hello CAS1.. It has been a long journey for me ... My cancer is still non-active but due to radiation and lung disease I am struggling more with that than anything... I do every 6 months for scans now and that is a huge step for me... No surgery because oncologist said it was too risky and would not give me more time.... I wish I could say that all is well but I have struggled with depression since post treatment mostlly because I can not do the things I could before. I have little to no energy somedays and others feel on top of the world!!!!!!!!! Praying all works well for you..Keep me posted

      almost 4 years ago

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