One of my main concerns was that the company would begin running the OncoType DX test on my tumor when my insurance has not agreed to cover it.
The good news is that isn’t happening because, as of Friday, MD Anderson STILL hadn’t sent my tumor.
The bad news is that, as of Friday, MD Anderson STILL hadn’t sent my tumor.
Today, OU Cancer Center called to schedule my chemo. “We have openings as soon as next Tuesday,” she said.
On Thursday morning, Alan and I met with Dr. Wajeeha Abdul Razaq at OU Cancer Center.
I really liked her. We did not feel rushed. She answered all of our questions, but even better … She walked in, sat down and apologized that I was going through this. Then, knowing we had already been to an oncologist so we already knew a lot, she began to explain things to us. She didn’t assume we knew.