Hi @Lexsteve It's been a week since you posted and perhaps by now your dad has had some more scans/tests and the picture might be a little clearer as to what is to happen in relation to a treatment plan. It is a shock when someone we love is diagnosed with life threatening disease, we literally can only take things step by step, loving them along the way. Your dad may well be one who responds positively to treatment, in any event, doing things that bring joy and will later on bring positive memories could be made a priority. Perhaps in line with your career aspirations, youeyou might find it helpful to express your feelings in your art. Later you may be able to reflect on it and indeed it may give you an empathy and insight that only "one who has gone though this" can appreciate. Sending gentle thoughts your way. Darcy
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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.