Yes, there are good outcomes here. You also must take into account those that never report back and they are out there living life in long term remission or "cured". You must take charge of your own case, do what ever will give the most productive, long lasting results. That takes informed decision making knowledge. I am not sure that meeting others expectations (needs) are the same as seeking the most appropriate treatment for you. Unless there are some extenuating circumstances, it is important that you think of what is best for you and your future at this point. This discussion has been right on target. Your situation is not at a dead end, it seems as though you are barely starting the battle. You still have the potential to knock this opponent out!
Many men have been exactly where you are today, have a secondary treatment and move on.
Post Edited (Octorobo) : 1/12/2016 4:37:57 PM (GMT-7)