Over the last decades, there has been colossal progress in developing new treatments, in particular in France. I trust medicine and hope care will be increasingly accessible all over the world.
I was lucky to be in the hands of three excellent doctors: The surgeon, the oncologist and the radiotherapist, who listened with discretion and professionalism to my suffering and understood my choices, without ever being judgmental. I actually didn’t choose these doctors. Our meeting was due to geographical coincidence, and has led to mutual respect. But all the cancer patients in the world do not have access to the same protocols.
I can’t fight all the battles. There is so much to be done, so much injustice to be erased. But I’m happy to be able to make my contribution to an essential cause and act, as far as I can, to improve patients’ daily lives.