20 Aug, 08 | by BMJ Group
It’s time to tackle Richard Smith’s third request for information about living with advanced cancer: what’s maddening about it?
Hmmm … where to start? There are so many maddening things about cancer.
Some are obvious: not being able to control your destiny in the illusory way you are used to. Not being able to work. Being too tired to see friends. Not having children. Not being able to adopt children because they’ve been through enough trauma, usually, without you dying on them. more…