My son was diagnosed with ganglioneuroblastoma stage 2B when he was 9 years old. A 6cm tumor was found on his adrenal gland incidentally during a CT scan for unrelated appendicitis. He hadn't had any symptoms and the doctors couldnt feel the tumor upon examination even after knowing where it was. Our whole life was turned upside down that night in the emergency room. He was treated by surgical resection only and countless follow up tests and appointments have followed.
A picture taken of me and my wife while touring Ephesus, just out of Athens, Greece. There is life after cancer in some cases. I was one of the lucky ones. A good part of my right neck and base of tongue missing but overall, no complaints while I'm still topside.
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