LoraCF wrote:If there's one thing we've learned in our so-far two years of dealing with the Cancer Agency here in B.C,, it is that you MUST be your own advocate and never blindly trust anyone.
I know that a panel of specialists (surgical, radiological, oncological) gets together to discuss each case. That being so, one has to wonder how it's possible for an oncologist to be so unaware of possible treatments for this condition.
In our case, we're hoping that we'll no longer need the oncologist, but if we do, we will ask for someone else. My partner has , the one life. Being polite might kill him. We need to be working with someone who is up on the latest information.
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