Thanks a lot for the information very interesting. I’m currently being treated over in the UK so things work a bit differently over here in terms of insurance etc. All my conventional treatment/surgery is covered automatically but I should be able to fund the surgery in Germany without a problem.
I’m being treated by a sarcoma specialist and he told me the aim of the chemo at this point is to completely kill the cancer. So do you mean that it is a fact that chemo will never end the cancer? Or did he just mean your case? It has only been confirmed in my lungs. My primary tumour was 100% removed as my foot was amputated with a 5cm clear margin.
How big were your mets? How painful is the surgery? And do you breathe as normal now?
I am definitely considering this. I go for my second cycle of doxo/ifos on Tuesday and I have a CT scan after my third to see how things are going so I’m guessing that’s the best time to make a move