A Whole New Life - Chapter 2 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 2 Summary and Analysis

Although Price could still get around, the numbness in his lower extremities was increasing. Diana Betz, Price's first physical therapist, visited him at home and worked tirelessly to help and support him. Although a huge challenge lay ahead, Price felt optimistic and prayed daily for God's assistance.

Price learned from the oncologist in charge of his radiation therapy that his tumor was the largest in fifty year of records at Duke Hospital. Price would be receiving the maximum radiation allowed for the spine—four thousand rads which were to be given five days a week for five weeks. The radiologist advised Price that there was a small risk of paralysis from the radiation. If Price had no new symptoms for two years following radiation, he would be considered cured. Price had a vivid dream about being with Jesus at Lake...

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