This piece of artwork set the direction for several years of exploration.
Sometimes it is a challenge to see our environment, it is difficult to make out exactly what it is we are experiencing. When you are facing something as difficult as cancer it can be hard to find which direction is the right way to go. This is especially true of my cancer journey. When I started this road I put my faith into a group of professionals that I thought would lead me well. Unfortunately I discovered I was a blind man being led by another blind person.
In one of my last posts I made a comment about how upsetting it was that my oncologist knew very little about my cancer. After watching this video it shed more light onto why he was so mistaken about the nature of my disease.
Why do I need a specialist?
Ignorance of something rare is excusable, but is it when the doctor doesn’t refer you out to someone who might be more knowledgeable?
There are two kinds of carcinoid, typical and atypical. I have the pleasure of owning the atypical variety. I had a pneumonectoy on July 27, 2016. That means that my right lung was removed in the attempt to stop the spread of my cancer.
In the following video Dr. Robert Merritt details some of the nuances of Bronchial Carcinoids. If you have the time to listen to it its actually pretty fascinating. If you have a carcinoid friend inside of you there is a chance it might get your gear going in the right direction.
Look here! This is another opportunity to read more about my cancer journey! If you would like to take some more steps with me, feel free to click here!