Glad my posts may have been of some use to you and that whatever treatment plan you follow works out well for you.
And yes I still find that even 18 months after a rather sobering initial diagnosis I mostly continue to enjoy every day with just fatique as my worst enemy.
Re- golf go for it—as after my initial diagnosis I couldn’t play for 6–9 months and really missed it. However during one of my specialist oncology consultations at the start of this year she said, “listen to your body”, and if you feel ok play, if not give it a miss, so that’s what I now do and usually mange to play twice a week without any problems.
Other than that I’m still gardening, cutting grass and walking the dog on a regular basis, and although whilst I still maintain a dietary plan, ( ie no processed food, red meat and limited dairy products, plus no alcohol), it’s not as rigid as at first, which has resulted in some, (most) of my initial 1 1/2 stone weight loss being put back on!! However I’m still feeling fine and as most of my treatment infusions are weight based they just have to give me a bit more product to compensate!!😂
Keep the Faith (Northern Soul Rules).