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Decisions, decisions, decisions. As a cancer survivor I hate making them. As a survivor of cancer as a chronic disease, I hate them even more. Think about it. If you have one of those horrible cancers that are likely to recur, and very difficult to treat, odds are you know the statistics. For example, I know that the average life expectancy for ovarian cancer patients is around eight years. For other cancers it’s worse. Of course, statistics are just that, data that physicians use to make clinical decisions. But, when the odds say your life is not going to be as long as you had hoped, making decisions becomes even more important. For one, you need to get it right the first time, because there’s no time to experiment; and secondly, this is the rest of your life we’re talking about, and it may only be a couple of years. So you definitely want to make sure that they’ll be the happiest you’ve ever had.
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