Women in prolonged cancer treatment agonize when treatment regimens fail them. When remission remains elusive for years, we may understandably become disheartened and exhausted from balancing the side effects of treatment with living a life we recognize as enjoyable and worthwhile. Those who love us may hold sway, but the decision is ours.
Should I stop treatment and focus now on what matters to me?
Join Betty Ferrell, Ph.D., M.S.N., C.H.P.N., director of the Division of Nursing Research and Education and a professor at City of Hope in Duarte California, in a discussion about making momentous decisions related to end of life. You will have an opportunity to ask questions.