Im so sorry your husband is angry, i do however believe it is part of the process for some. I have cancer for the second time in 9 years and i have found it to very a very positive experience for me. Clearly all people are different, although my cancer is more serious this time, im still very confident i will beat this. I had surgery a few weeks ago and i have to hace both chemo and radiotherapy but im not scared. Your hsband clearly is scared and that is ok. He needs to learn to direct his fear and anger at his cancer and not his family. He should maybe speak to a professional on how to cope. I hope he finds peace and learns to find peace and determination to beat his cancer.
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Hi, I had surgery on 25th March to remove enlarged lymph nodes on the side of my pelvis. They removed about 3of them and found cancer, they removed 80% of the cancer and planned 5 weeks of radio therapy. Last week the hospital informed me that I have othe masses going from my pelvis up to just under my left kidney and I will need to also have chemotherapy. Not sure what to expect regarding side effects. These cancers originated from endometrial cancer I had 9 years ago and they apparently aggressive and are grade 3 cancer. Nine years ago I had a hysterectomy to get rid of the cancer but no radiotherapy or chemo. If anyone can enlighten me, it would be much appreciated.
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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.