Well my husband had his Sirt treatment on 5th August with very little side effects was hard as we had to sleep seperatley for a week and the dog couldn't sleep with him she was a bit confused lol Today he has gone for a bike ride with our children and friends from the bike club to the motorcycle museum, he is amazingly stong, the only advantage of his cancer is that he dosnt have systemetic chemo that makes you sick all the time, he has to have a scan to see if the sirt has controlled his tumour in 6 weeks so more waiting but I have decided to just enjoy the next 6 weeks just in case
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Hope all goes well, I know my dogs are going to hate it when they wont be allowed to jump on my lap after surgery (dogs!) Wish you the best outcome. Ross
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