Four days after a clean scan, Dan Stock had multiple, softball-sized tumors in his lower body.
He began an aggressive radiation treatment, spending one week in the hospital and one week at home. That was about nine months ago.
Now, there’s not much doctors can do, Stock said.
“It’s a lot of day-to-day pain management,” he said. “But I’m certainly still on the positive train.”
So positive, in fact, that during treatment at Northwestern University’s Robert H. Lurie Comprehensive Cancer Center, he thought about giving back.