reached Sutton in time for Bob's appointment with his doctors. All
weekend he had been worrying about his illness. Now, at last, he would
learn the truth. Sitting uneasily in a small room at the hospital, his
heart pounding, he listened as if in a dream as the two doctors
explained he had cancer and only eight months or so to live unless he
was prepared to try an immediate, drastic course of chemotherapy
treatment. He argued and resisted that harsh verdict and doubted if he
was being told the truth. Finally, inevitably, he relented, accepted
the doctors' diagnosis and agreed to begin the first course of
treatment that very day.
The next four hours ..........................
This is an extract from my book Champion's Story.
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