Hi just wanted to introduce myself, I found out about 3 weeks ago my dad had colon cancer, and 2 days later found out my best friends mom has breast cancer...talk about everything all at once! Well then my dad went in for his surgery to remove his tumor and it was a successful surgery...they did however find it in his lymph nodes...so he will have to do chemo..I would really like to know what to expect with this...also my fiends mom had her surgery and came through with flying colors and it didn't reach her lymph nodes...so with the bad comes the good I guess...any information would help...any friends that are going through simmilar experiences would help as well...thanks...
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