This doctor is indicating I'll be undergoing blasts everyday for approx 6-7 weeks in conjunction with chemotherapy, which may or may not go longer. Again, we are also getting second opinions on this stuff. My wife is AMAZING, as she's keeping track of all this stuff and coordinating with medical staff to make sure everyone is talking with each other and getting the paperwork needed to shuffle it into the right hands.
It's all moving along pretty quickly, which is good: I want to get this started ASAP. However, there's a part of me that thinks there should be a better way of localizing and blasting the affected area. We should have nano structures that could encapsulate the mass, shielding the external organs and tissues, while irradiating the enclosed mass. Can someone get on that please?
In the meantime I will be doing the old school method of external exposure to rads, which will be somewhat rad.
I'm interested to get some feedback: my sis and bro in law came up with some clever slogans for tshirts proclaiming support for my success, which I thought was amazingly considerate and loving. Again I feel totally blessed to have such wonderful people around exuding so much positive energy. It's all good. Let me know what you think.