A reader from Hong Kong has been helping me out with the therapies that I intend to do. Not only that, she also gave me information where I can get some of the treatments. I think my next assignment, sounds pathetic isn't it, is to look for clinics and hospitals that will be able to offer the treatments. Finding this and finding that, always finding. I think if I had not started this blog, my journey would have been even more difficult. Many readers have written to me with therapy suggestions, some of them which I took, some I did not. I also can't be traveling to different clinics in different country. Even if money was not the problem, I would not be able to withstand the demands of such frequent travel. Therefore, I hope to be able to integrate two or three therapies that I can do together. Looks like I may have to look for (so what's new) and persuade some oncologist to take my case and help me administer the therapies should I decide to proceed. Well there is China.
A cancer friend who writes to me occasionally and she said that cancer patients should support each other. I could not agree more. If you are on alternative and not mainstream therapies, having a good connection with other cancer patients is a must. It will you save a lot of leg work, frustration and tears.
A friend in need is a friend indeed. I would like to thank a friend from Prai, Penang. Last weekend, she took the trouble to arrange for dana (alms) in my name for some monks at a temple in Bukit Mertajam. Thank you so much.