- I could just just continue my present therapy until either my immune system recovers and then kills of the tumors or the tumors have the better of me as my body weakens over time fighting the tumors. It's like in a tug-of war, where neither side wins but it takes a lot of energy to maintain that status.
- I could supplement my therapy with something stronger to give an additional boost but which adjunct therapy is suitable for me?
- I could go for radical nepherctomy in the hope that the removal of the kidney tumors, my body has less tumors to deal with. This is on condition that my body can take the open surgery and also does not weaken after the surgery. Otherwise, the tumors may spread when the body is weak. Statistically, those who operated did not have good survival rates.
- I could just change to another therapy that is deemed more effective. There are so many out there, which is suitable? Would it be wise to abandoned something that seems working for another therapy to start all over again?
Meanwhile, I live my life to the best and as happy as I can. Occasionally, If my health permits, I will travel a little too.
A friend emailed me some cartoons. Thought I share one here.
STAY HUNGRY, STAY FOOLISH