Indian J Palliat Care Close
 

Figure 1: Patient paintings depicting the processes of radiotherapy and chemoradiotherapy. (a) An 82-year-old female patient suffering from a painful and degenerative meningioma depicts the therapy room and the device delivering radiotherapy. “I feel, therefore I am” (Andre Gide). (b) A 42-year-old patient with a diagnosis of primary renal cell carcinoma depicts the dream of recovery following radiotherapy due to relapse after all primary treatment. “The difficult is what takes a little time; the impossible is what takes a little longer” (Fridtjof Nansen). (c) A 55-year-old small cell lung cancer patient in concomitant chemoradiotherapy paints the dreamed healing process. “If you can dream it, you can do it” (Walt Disney)

Figure 1: Patient paintings depicting the processes of radiotherapy and chemoradiotherapy. (a) An 82-year-old female patient suffering from a painful and degenerative meningioma depicts the therapy room and the device delivering radiotherapy. “I feel, therefore I am” (Andre Gide). (b) A 42-year-old patient with a diagnosis of primary renal cell carcinoma depicts the dream of recovery following radiotherapy due to relapse after all primary treatment. “The difficult is what takes a little time; the impossible is what takes a little longer” (Fridtjof Nansen). (c) A 55-year-old small cell lung cancer patient in concomitant chemoradiotherapy paints the dreamed healing process. “If you can dream it, you can do it” (Walt Disney)