3 Steps to Making the Right Decisions for You During Cancer

I was in between seeing my own patients when I found out that I had cancer. It is an odd predicament when you’re a doctor reading the results of your own computed tomography (CT) scan.

When I learned that the test results would be coming that morning, I wanted to know right away so that I wouldn’t obsess over the unknown all day. But when I read them, I had about 30 seconds to process the results. Then I thought, “Oh no. There’s a patient in the other room who needs my attention. I just learned I have cancer, but this moment can’t be all about me.”

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