As some of you may know, and others would have felt, I'll not be partaking regularly on 606 due to my son's health.
He has been diagnosed with cancer which has reached his lymphs in the abdomen and lungs. It is treatable and hoping that while he was on the wrong end of the statistic to develop it, he will be on the right side of the statistic to beat it.
He goes into theatre on Thursday to remove the tumour and will then go through a treatment pathway that will involve them identifying exactly whay mutation is being faced and then chemotherapy to combat it efficiently.
This is immensely frightening and we trust the clinicians to do their utmost.
In the same way we must as well where it concerns his recovery for as long as it takes.
Thanks for keeping him in your thoughts, and if anyone has had some experience that you'd like to share regarding chemotherapy (adults or children) kindly do so.
I would also like to extend an apology to anyone I have offended whilst commenting on these boards.
I will revisit this thread and update as and when I can.
Thanks all, RITH.
Jnrs health - leave of absence from 606.