I've read up on cisplatin and if there is no spread with me, I'll get rads, too. I won't find out till 3/15 when staging results are given to me. But I wonder about the quality of life, taking chemo (which I'll take whatever they give), what with neuropathies, and all the hideous side effects. It's a heck of a choice. Plus, for me, possible esophagitis and hardening of the aorta of the heart. My spine will be eradiated, too, and too much of that causes paralysis. It's unspeakable! God bless. Kris
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