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Sounds perfect was posted 01/22/2016 11:12 am by Anonymous
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Agree with the other posters.

Is your father feeling ok? If so, this is fabulous news and means things are pretty good.... don't you agree?

You are in the best place in the world for PC, with the best trial in the world for PC, and your father has stable disease so far. This is the best situation that any of us could hope for.

It is pretty normal to be anxious about upcoming scans nonetheless. Just remember, there are chemo options that he can try next (ex. Gemcitabine + lots of things), and there will be more clinical trials he can do next (but have Hopkins direct you here).

Meanwhile, when you are feeling anxious.... take a break. Get outside in the sun. Take a walk. Listen to music. Call a friend to vent to. Eat a delicious meal. Make an appointment with your primary care doc for a yearly physical..... and ask your doc if there is something you can think about taking for your anxiety. We all need to be as strong as we can be for our loved ones. But first, we must take care of ourselves.

And don't forget to breathe.....

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