Hi, never joined a forum before so heres hoping i'm doing the right things. My husband was told he had cancer last week and we have had meetings and tests since then. Luckily it hasn't spread to the rest of his body but is in his prostate and bladder. He has had the prostate removed but now they are offering chemo followed by removal of the bladder. This is something my husband is unable to face and we were wondeering...do we go with this or is there an alternative (the consultants say this is the way its done). Are the herbal/alternative drops/medicines just a con or do they really work? We have so many other questions but don't feel they are being answered. For instance, we have only just found out how cancer cells are formed by looking it up for ourselves!!! Research is tiring and seems to contradict itself each way we turn. Any advice would be a huge help. He starts chemo in 3 days time.
thank you in advance for just letting me voice my worries.
... View more
Cancer Council NSW would like to acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land on which we live and work.We would also like to pay respect to elders past and present and extend that respect to all other Aboriginal people.