Have You Recently Been Diagnosed with Cancer?

Your outfit is on point.

Your music is pumping you up.

Your workout is pushing hard for gains you want to make.

You have always known that you are have to be true to yourself, and after you have successfully completed a round of non-invasive cancer treatments you are even more determined to be your best self.

It is not always easy for you to admit this, but you have always worried what other people think about you, but this is the time when it seems to matter the most. If you have worried in the past that other people will judge, you now realize that there are many people who are willing to give you every benefit of the doubt, every possible break. You want, however, to prove that you can be your best self again, in spite of the energy that it took to make it through the non-invasive cancer treatment that took p most of your time and energy the last six months.

Today you are feeling so good. You love hard workouts. you love booty shakin’ music. You love feeling confident about how your body looks, and if you are being uber honest you are probably going to eat a chocolate chip cookie with your breakfast when the workout is done. You will always live with the fear that the cancer will return and that you will again have to be a patient that has to rely on proton therapy for cancer at sometime in the future, but today is not the day you are worrying about that. Today, you are enjoying the outfit, the music, and the workout.

Non-Invasive Cancer Treatments Offer Hope to Many Patients
Whether you are looking for options for treatment for breast cancer or you are dealing with a recent diagnosis of another kind of cancer, there are many times when proton radiation therapy options may work for you. Fortunately, as research continues, there is a growing number of advanced cancer treatment options that might offer help. For instance, proton therapy is a type of radiation that stops at a very specific point in a targeted tissue. In comparison, conventional radiation continues beyond the tumor. In breast cancer, for example, this means on average no radiation to the heart and on average 50% less radiation to the lung. With a total of about 80 treatment rooms under construction worldwide, at the beginning of 2015, there are now more than 30 particle therapy centers available.

Helping yourself be the best that you can be, before and after cancer, is always the goal.

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