He made it through the chemo and radiation. And that's about it. My father used to be a big man with a bigger mind. Even though the cancer's gone, my dad isn't back to where he needs to be mentally or physically. He started out around 350 pounds... He's down to 149 and keeps shrinking every day. He talks a good game and he thinks that he's doing good. At least he tells people that. I just needs some tricks and tips on how to get him moving again. All he does is sit and watch TV in his bed and deteriorate some more. He gets out to go to the doctor sometimes to go get something to eat. I had my mother speak to the doctor to switch his medicine around to be more beneficial for him, but it's not done much yet...
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