Indian J Palliat Care Close
 

Figure 3: Rejoicing after a difficult treatment process. (a) A breast cancer patient depicts hardship and challenges of the process from diagnosis to treatment and follow-up. “What teaches us to appreciate the good in life is the troubles we face” (Goethe). (b) A 27-year-old patient with low-grade brain cancer depicts the happiness and joy of regaining hair after multiple-field radiotherapy. “Every happiness is bought with a suffering” (Alexandro Manzoni). (c) A patient depicts the feeling of the patient regaining ability to walk after surgery and radiotherapy for relapsed thoracic ependymoma. “Most people don't appreciate what they have until they lose it” (Sophocles)

Figure 3: Rejoicing after a difficult treatment process. (a) A breast cancer patient depicts hardship and challenges of the process from diagnosis to treatment and follow-up. “What teaches us to appreciate the good in life is the troubles we face” (Goethe). (b) A 27-year-old patient with low-grade brain cancer depicts the happiness and joy of regaining hair after multiple-field radiotherapy. “Every happiness is bought with a suffering” (Alexandro Manzoni). (c) A patient depicts the feeling of the patient regaining ability to walk after surgery and radiotherapy for relapsed thoracic ependymoma. “Most people don't appreciate what they have until they lose it” (Sophocles)