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Being removed from my normal routine contributed in a positive way to getting through treatment.Each day, I wrote a journal entry and shared it electronically with my friends and family back home in Iowa.I was given a choice: I could have more surgery, or I could start on chemotherapy and radiation right away. My surgeon felt confident he could perform the surgery without injuring my sphincter and that I wouldn’t need a colostomy. I could see the lump and noticed it was growing fast.If that procedure could remove the cancer, then I wanted to avoid chemotherapy and radiation. My surgeon did surgery the next morning at 10 a.m., and I was on a plane home Saturday, the next day. In July 2010, my surgeon removed the tumor and sent me home for a month to recover.If I would have been at home, I would have focused on or worried about the cooking, cleaning, and maintaining my routine.Staying at CTCA, I could just focus on getting well.
These factors include chronic infection with high-risk types of human papilloma virus, gender and age.In August 2010, I elected to have chemotherapy and radiation.The chemo was delivered through an intravenous drip over 96 hours.I also took advantage of the nutrition, naturopathic medicine, massage, Reiki therapy, acupuncture and chiropractic services.I was grateful to my team’s relentless support because it allowed me to stay strong enough during recovery.
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