This has been a long day - CVT had a Thankgiving dinner and I was invited. This was followed by a meeting with a new (new to me) Radiation Oncologist - Dr. Fields. After that I went home to get a few things taken care of before the girl's basketball game - which, by the way, our team won! It was a good game. After the win we ate at IHOP. I could get used to that. But now I am going to get even more "green" when it comes to miy diet. Robin brought up the idea of going all out with the diet thing to see what would happen. I am drinking the carrots and also some of her "green" stuff which is loaded with good ingredients. Of course drinking plenty of non-chlorinated water is a must. I have been doing that since the surgery.
I am researching alternative treatments for cancer - in general. The treatment(s) now being recommended are scary - potentially deadly - as are all medical procedures. I have not given up on traditional chemo/radiation techniques, I just want to know what else is available. Doing my homework, which I should have been doing more of before this.
I need to hit the hay now. Stay strong in the faith. Let's all believe God for big things to happen.
George. More tomorrow. . .