My husband was diagnosed with sigmoid cancer Dec. 1. It is 50% thru wall and tissues but as far as they can tell not in lymphnodes. He did 6 wks of chemo and radiation and will have surgery March 30 with more chemo to follow. I am trying to be strong and possitive for him but the truth is I;m scared. He will be 60 and is other wise in good health. The tumor is about 6 cent. I need advice on what to expect from people with similar experieces. Good or bad. Thanks, Alisaj
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