MD Anderson Cancer Center
Date: November 2012
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We hope this program has answered many of your questions about chemotherapy and has given you a better idea of what to expect. You can get more detailed information in The Guide to Managing Your Chemotherapy Treatment. If you have any questions, talk with your doctor and always follow the instructions given by your healthcare team. By keeping the lines of communication open, you can take an active role in your treatment and care.
>> Have faith, you know, regardless of the outcome, regardless of what was diagnosed and what was told to you.
>> This is the best thing that ever happened to my life, the best thing, because it forced me to reevaluate me, what I was doing, what I wasn't doing, what my purpose was, the person that I was supposed to be for students, the person I'm supposed to be for myself, for the people I love. Like it just, it forced me to get in gear.
>> Just be strong and just look forward to what the future has for you.
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