posted on Apr, 13 2005 @ 09:23 AM
I’m sorry to hear that, but good luck with your diagnosis and treatment anyway. Every one of us has someone close to us who has gone through this,
or they have themselves. Today’s cancer and treatment technology is far superior to what it was only a year or two ago. Even cancers that were
considered terminal two years ago can be wiped out today.
Unfortunately, this method is still in the trial phase of implementation. Since the materials seem to be fairly cheap, I bet it will be available
very soon. I think the main advancement is: very quickly, doctors will be able see if the cancer has spread. Current methods are time consuming and
sometimes very invasive.
Again, good luck with your diagnosis.