With cancer–more than any other disease–there are many decisions and treatment options. You may go into the arena thinking that the medical professionals will be making the decisions, but you may learn the hard way that that isn’t true. We as loved ones, caregivers and family members can support, guide, and even add our own opinion–but if we force the patient to go a specific way and the outcome is not good–how will we live with that burden? My guests are Dr. Sashi Reddy, who specializes in Hematology and Medical Oncology at Texas Oncology, and Alan Wright, chaplain at the Baylor Charles A. Sammons Cancer Center.
Archive for June 3rd, 2012
Yet again, America has lost one of the good ones thanks to cancer. Richard Dawson, which many of us remember him as the game show host from the Family Feud in the 70′s and 80′s , was called the kissing bandit . He kissed every woman who ever came on his show while he was host. Dawson Passed Saturday June 2nd 2012 in Los Angeles from complications of Esophageal Cancer. Dawson’s earlier works , was his part in Hogan’s Heroes as Cpl Peter Newkirk.