A cancer diagnosis looks flat and you can before you are on the ground, overwhelmed by a tsunami of medical jargon, strange appointment permanent, expensive drugs, the terrible treatment, possible surgery and an uncertain future. Everything moves too quickly to give you the luxury of finding emotional balance.
Just a simple statement of your doctor immediately switches are all familiar and comfortable. Your house, your relationships, your work and your future, all changes in an instant and will never be quite the same.
Unfortunately, you simply cannot afford the time between cancer diagnosis and treatment. Chemotherapy schedule you earlier, radiotherapy and / or surgery, the better. Unfortunately, your cancer has no sense of fair play and will not expect to be guided. Read the rest of this entry »