Today’s treatment was the second of five more-focused radiation doses aimed at the tumor site. They’ve added an attachment to the machine that brings the field much closer to me and put in a nifty square of metal with a round hole cut out (where the radiation will pass through). I’m told it’s my daily BLT with cheese, being made of Bismuth, Lead, Tin, and Cadmium. These metals have a low boiling point and can be melted and reused for another poor radiation-receiving soul. Only one shot of this type instead of the four I’ve been getting until now.
Oh, and the elevators at Lemmen Holton are now both working. I cannot over-emphasize what wondrous news is this! Seems a small thing. It isn’t.
–Book of Cancer Radiation 24:30 JABV