Radiotherapy

The good news is the previous TBI risks cancel out the risks of not having radiotherapy again (and the oncologist radiologist is cuuute). So therefore I am having radiotherapy after surgery.

The bad news is it will be for at least 5 weeks (not 3 or 4) and won’t start potentially until April (my birthday month).

On the flip side when all this is said and done the risks if it reoccurring are down to 1 – 2% and the only reconstruction option is flap reconstruction after radiotherapy, so all the choices I have made so far have been serindipidously correct.

Dr Dreosti has also agreed to reduce cost of out of pocket expenses!

Murray arrives tomorrow.

Happy days xx

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