Sandyk Posted June 23, 2019 Share Posted June 23, 2019 My 59 year old wife was diagnosed 2 weeks ago w stage 4 long cancer. Perfect health, non smoker and no history of any type of cancer in her family. It does not appear that she will be a candidate for any targeted therapies though we do have one genetic test coming back in a week. The plan is to start chemo and immunotherapy in two weeks. The denial and the shock seem to be wearing off and have been replaced by a little bit of numbness. We do remain hopeful and optimistic though it is difficult to ignore the numbers. I am wondering how people in a similar situation or coping. It is certainly very difficult for us. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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