Brain Surgery Decision time

Last Update: February 10, 2022

Following the results of the 2 CT scans ( head and chest) and an M|RI scan (head), revealing the various problems, today was feedback day to me the patient.

The process was very simple.

The surgeon doesn't think a full brain surgery would be necessary and she explained the process and the side effects.

A team of neurologists will be delivering targeted Radiotherapy. to the problem area.

The process will be completed in a month.
The second set of surgery will be performed by oncologists to remove the LC on the left lung.

There are options with the lung operation but yet to be concluded.

The brain procedure (cyberknife) will take place first as the brain issue is affecting body function.

HAVE YOU heard of RADIOTHERAPY OR KNOW SOMEONE WHO HAS?

Do leave any comments below whether you know about the procedure or not.

Blessings

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champdigo Premium
Hello,

I am very sorry to hear about your condition, I’m sure the doctors and nurses will do everything they can to help you.

One of my aunts went through Radiotherapy, and she is doing ok now. Your not alone in this, and we all wish you the best.

Best wishes to you.
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Kav Premium
Thanks for the hope
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DaveSw Premium
Hi, Kav...

Definitely, I would get some second opinions and options prior to agreeing to the procedure.

I am not familiar with what the docs are proposing, but I do know that getting more perspectives will allow you to make an informed decision...

Of course, time is of the essence, but the time it takes to research and obtain some other opinions might be as important as the procedure itself, perhaps more so?

In all cases, no matter the decision, know that there are a lot of people pulling for a positive outcome for you...I have been where you are, and believe it or not, that helped...

It is all a bit overwhelming, but you have to use all the facilities you have at this point to come up with the best solution, then go with whatever might be indicated...All in, no matter what...

Best of luck...

Dave : |
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Kav Premium
Thanks so much
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muslimah Premium
I'm not familiar with these terms, but I wish you the best with the surgery.
You will definitely pull through this.
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Kav Premium
We’re all learning
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JeannineC Premium
My mom had treatment for breast cancer using the cyberknife. It seemed like it was less stressful for her than other procedures were.
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Suzay Premium Plus
Wow, that was fast, Kav. Do you know of Royal Rife, a person's name you might want to find out about? The most modern version was called, "spooky two" you can find it on YT, I believe, for specific targeting of "C" cells and eradicating, not irradiating them.
Or Sharry Edwards?
Or Nicola Tesla, master of frequencies?
No cutting or implanting isotopes.

Marie Curie died in 1934, aged 66, at the Sancellemoz sanatorium in Passy ( Haute-Savoie ), France, of aplastic anemia, from cancer of the blood. due to exposure to radiation in the course of her scientific research and in radiation.

UP to you. V, I'm with Erlene on this "hot" topic.
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Kav Premium
Thanks for this
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