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hi . my name is john.. ive had 30 fractions of radiotherapy for larynx cancer and I am back at new cros hospital Wednesday for a scan and I don't think my cancer has gone..we all have to be brave..
I'll be thinking of you on Wednesday John - hope the news is good for you x
Fingers crossed for you John.
Waiting for results can be really unnerving, I hope all goes well on Wednesday John.
Hello John; what is it that makes you think that the treatment hasn't worked?
Oh, and you don't have to be brave at all; it's perfectly OK and normal to be a frightened mass of open nerve endings at times, we're only human.
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Metastatic SCC of right medial piriform fossa plus four malignant lymph nodes diagnosed 8th October 2013. Modified radical neck dissection November, thirty-five radiotherapy fractions with 2xCisplatin chemo Jan/Feb 2014.
Hi, John, all the best for today.
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