Happy, sad, good, or bad—it’s all in the words we choose to use. Thanks to Kaiser Health News reporter Jay Hancock’s choices, readers of the New York Times might be led to believe people don’t want proton therapy and that daring to provide it is therefore unwise. His April 27, 2018, unhappy headline declares: For Cancer Centers, Proton Therapy’s Promise Is Undercut by Lagging Demand. Undercut. Lagging demand. Sounds bleak. Although the article is not “fake news,” the overall feeling conveyed is …
What proton did for me (in 2 minutes):
Learn exactly what it’s like to receive proton beam radiation therapy for prostate cancer. This is the complete, step-by-step detail from the patient’s point of view in non-technical language with just enough light humor to soften a serious subject. It will help those considering proton radiation decide whether this often misunderstood therapy is the right approach for them, and will serve as a helpful guide for those who have already chosen this state-of-the-art treatment option.
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