I’ve been very lucky on financial front with respect to my cancer journey, but the monetary cost of cancer is still pretty high. It’s a question I often get so I thought I’d share some of the details here.
After 10 months of cancer treatment a good PET scan has meant an end, for now. Now my doctors are telling me to just “do what I normally do” i.e. get back to normal life…and come back to see them for another scan in 6 months. Which such a big cloud hanging over you, how do you just “get back to normal”.
There are so many people to thank. Too many in fact. However just before I complete my last major surgery in my 1st line treatment journey I thought it was a good time to pause and thank a few key people.
Completing my legacy video library was one of my 'non-cancer' projects so I felt the need to provide an update on my progress. However I've since been asked a couple of times for advice on how to set up these collections by other potentially terminal patients with kids, so I figured I'd turn this into more of a guide for others.