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Jim Cross - October 2014
When Brian Hoisington was diagnosed with lung cancer, he was told he had 12-14 months to live. That was 4 years ago. Since then he has been through numerous rounds of treatment and, according to The Mitchell County Press News, it is going to work that helps him to stay positive. In the article, his wife explains: “ 'I think him working every day has kept him going,' said Lori. 'He hasn’t had a chance to sit and think about it. That’s why he has his treatments on Fridays. That way he feels crappy over the weekend and then be ready to go back to work on Monday.' ”
If you decide to work through treatment, scheduling your treatments based on your work schedule and how you feel after treatment, as Brian is doing, is something that we highly recommend. Finding optimal times for treatment can make working throughout it much more manageable.
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Original source: globegazette.com