Good vibes to you. They have badass software that does big badass calculations of the rad machine's coordinates on you, path(s), intensity, etc. It takes a l o n g time to calculate and the experts validate that it makes sense.
One of my friends on my new job is being treated, right now for the skin lesions that can follow up colon or prostate cancer.
Another longtime friend, our bass player's husband, just started his regimen for throat and tongue cancer. We're doing a benefit for him February 25th. He'll have to have a feeding tube during the treatment, which really sucks.
Teresa, the bass player herself, just had a lumpectomy and is now clear of breast cancer.
My thoughts and prayers are certainly with anyone here who's a patient. Lost my mom, her mom, and countless friends over the years--but I know more survivors than victims!
My wife's baby brother just emerged from surgery, and radiation, and is doing really well. He's done some tests that say he's all good, but he has to keep testing for a while. I wish you every success in your battle. It really is getting better on that front for many. My neighbor across the way was in treatment for what seemed like at least a year, but now is back going like a house afire!