ropo71 Posted June 28, 2018 Share Posted June 28, 2018 😘 I wanted to thank the folks that have replied to my initial introduction. I will respond to each of you. It's nice to know that you're not out there alone, trying to muddle through something. And for each of you to give me so much information was amazing. I truly am grateful for the resources and the avenues in life that allow me to come across such fantastic people. I've had two of my initial 10 radiation treatments; going every day for two weeks. My lung cancer had met to my brain and formed a few very small lesions so i'm hopeful that the radiation can take care of those (and stop my debilitating headaches) and then we can get to work on the lung cancer. I'm ready to fight to live if folks are ready to tell me what I need to make that happen. I did ask a weird question today and the rad girl said others have as well. When the blue light shines across my face initially I swear I smell a small, faint, burning smell. LOL....scared me at first, I thought maybe the mousse in my hair had caught fire, but she said folks who are brain scanned have said the same thing before. Has anyone else smelled that? Thanks again! Robin (ropo71) Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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