Agraphia Medical Tragicomedy



So I've been going through CT and MRI images, figuring out the tumor sizes for my patients. Tumors keep getting bigger, they keep dying. It sucks, and it's sad, and I hate it. Then I get to Frank. Frank has a 2 cm tumor in the top of his liver before he sees my doc. Then he gets the chemoembolization treatment I've been working on this summer. 6 months later, the tumor is GONE! This never happens- he's one in a million.

Frank's been alive for a year and a half since his initial diagnosis, and he's living cancer-free. He was one of the lucky 6 from my SSDI post. I'm so happy for him.

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