I have written several blogs about my diagnoses these can be seen
on mo-foster.co.uk . My way to deal with this unpleasant revelation was initially to go into panicky depressive mode but as I have no symptoms & the tumour has not grown perceptibly in the last few months I have decided that as it is no curable I will live with it for as long as possible. I have refused chemo, changed my diet radically and I commune with my cancer ( tell it that if I die so will it so there is no percentage in killing me!) This seems eminently sensible to me , i only hope the cancer concurs! I am a writer of novels, poetry & articles so I expect that this way seems sensible as I can carry on working & enjoying my life. Should the situation change, become painful or interfere with my life I shall change tack & take any treatment that is offered. In fact now that I have changed my diet I feel healthier than I have for years. I hope to live for a very long time with my cancer - I have much to do & am keeping a diary of all the joyful experiences in my daily life - - joys that I would have taken for granted before. I am not a natural Pollyanna but to me this is the only way I can deal with the big C.