I'm a "non-Hodgkin survivor" who lives in Canada and receives the best health care anyone could wish for. I visit this forum every few days to see if anyone is experiencing the stuff I struggled through. Sometimes I can relate, sometimes I can't resist commenting. Mostly I support people, just like I was supported through all the months of chemo. What staggers me every time I visit here, is the sheer diversity of cancer and the treatments doled out. We are so lucky to be living at this time!