“THERE CAN BE LIFE AFTER CANCER”
A PERSONAL EXPERIENCE
Andrew K Galwey
The man in the white coat stared unwaveringly into my eyes, apparently deciding how to start our conversation. For me, anticipating news that could inform me whether, or not, I could realistically expect to have a future, severe apprehension does not express the extremity of my anxiety. In the next few moments I was likely to learn what I might expect in life from now on. After his visual and silent appraisal, this doctor, who had just completed some uncomfortable health tests, apparently decided that I could and should be told the results of his examination.