My story starts in July 2011, after the most excruciating and painful summer vacation of my life, I received the devastating diagnosis -blood cancer. They said that this type of cancer should be easily cured. 9 out of 10 patients are completely healed. Keeping this mind helped me to get through the first 9 months.
However, after the majority of my chemotherapy I had a severe side effect of the medication given. These side effects occur very seldomly, but if they happen, the chances of survival are very slim.
I fell into a diabetic coma and lost two third of my pancreatitis. The pain was the most excruciating thing I ever experienced. But I survived.
So instead of the nine months of treatment they had to me for thirteen. Because of the operations the course of chemotherapy was interrupted by 4 months, which is a big risk in itself.