Overall increase is small, though, adding 1 cancer per 1,000 women treated
by kzfamily on Tue Dec 30, 2008 12:00 AM
My husband has stage 3b, neuroendocrine lung cancer. The doctors only give him 8 to 10 months. He just finished his 3rd session of chemo, he has 3 more to go and 6 weeks of radiation. We have 4 children (24, 18, 13 year old twins and a 2 1/2 year old grandson) and it has been so hard on everyone. My husband is angry all the time. One of my twins has ADD and she is mad at her father most of the time. We've started counseling but I am loosing my mind. It's very hard to try and keep the family together work 2 jobs and do what needs to be done. My husband is in denial most of the time and its hard to talk to him about anything. I want to know what to expect as things progress so I can prepare myself and my kids. Can anyone give me any insite as what to expect.
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