My brother was diagnosed in 2009 with Rhabdo in his lower abdomen. He completed his 64 week protocol and was then "cleared" in August of 2011. Last week he noticed an enlarged lymphnode in his neck and the doctor's confirmed that it was back. Max and his doctor's think that he is in a good place to be starting chemo again, and they're probably right, but I feel like I am losing it and losing it quick. I can't imagine the worst outcome but yet that's all I'm thinking about. Is that normal?! How can I get out of this horible place and be the supportive sister that I need to be! We have always been really close and I am just falling apart now.
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