My husband had WBR in 2006 after surgery for lung tumor metastases in the brain. Three years later he has developed slowly and progressively a neurocognitive impairment: dementia, lethargy, problems with speech and swallowing, incontinence, problems of equilibrium and inability to manage his body. Until recently he lay in bed or in a wheelchair and was totally dependent. Two months ago he began to improve. Today has better cognitive level, can walk, talk, eat alone and have no more incontinence. Is there any explanation for this inexplicable improvement?
Tue, 08/27/2013 - 21:01#1
WBR Improvement after late toxic symptoms - 1258809