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Hello world of Macmillan.
I am slightly worried or confused.
After recent A&E surgery that required a testicle to be removed, and recovering well, it showed results of a VERY small trace of cancer. After a CT scan, which has come back clear, the consultant has recommended that I receive some Carboplatin Chemotherapy.
Only a few days to give a answer on the treatment, I have already received my Health & Welfare Event meeting at my Hospital UHCW (Walsgrave)
I am 80% positive that I would like to have the treatment, but I was told that there is 2 types, over set period of time, or all in one go.
Any help, pointers or general advice to make up already mind ease.
Hi Tony TeePee70, I have just put up a reply to your post in the New to Community hit this LINK to see it.
All the best.
Mike - Thehighlander
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