Sunday, 6 May 2012

Inflammatory Breast Cancer-Treatment Decisions-Indignation-Prognosis

Making Treatment Decisions When the Prognosis Is Not Good

One of the on-line groups I belong to is buzzing with indignation about an article, “Living Life In My Own Way—And Dying That Way As Well," by Amy Berman in HealthAffairs.  In the article, Berman describes her decision to skip chemotherapy, radiation and/or surgery as treatments for her Stage IV inflammatory breast cancer (IBC). No one in my group quibbles with Berman’s right to forego aggressive... read more..

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