I have a simple answer: yes. Compared to the other treatments I've been through—and this is my eighth outbreak of cancer since 2007—I would recommend this treatment because you're not hospitalized, and the side effects are much less harsh. Furthermore, the reduction of the tumors is significant, much better than the previous treatments.
There's one comment I will add on, and that is this: you can make a choice. Do you control the cancer or does the cancer control you? That's actually a little bit brutal, and it’s different from person to person. My approach was to say: I have cancer, but I want to have a good life. I want to do what I want to do. And then if the cancer pops up again, then from there on I will try to do my best to survive it. Cancer is not only physical, but also mentally a terrible disease.