I can empathize with you....I was treated for a different type of cancer 7 years ago.....yes, it`s difficult, the treatments are NOT easy but as I told my oncologist at the time..."just do whatever you need to do"...and in the end, the treatments worked.....though it took a 7 week hospital stay, 7 weeks outpatient(2 hrs. of daily infusion , 5 days a week), 3 more hospital stays for further chemo, then a year of pills....56 a week. Now my oncologist says that I`m cured though I have some fatigue and shortness of breath...not from the illness, but it`s a side effect of the meds. As my oncologist said "the heavy duty chemo meds you were on are known to compromise lung function".BUT...I`m HERE....and have been to several CW concerts since, including one soon after my hospital stay.....weak with no hair but saw the girls. I think the hair loss is a bit traumatic...it happens very quickly. But it`s grown back...and then some....I haven`t cut it in the last 5 years....my neighbors 13 year old daughter likes to braid it in a ponytail
Anyway, keep up hope...the doctors and treatments DO work....hopefully things will work out well. Best Wishes.