Today I go for a second opinion at Yale. They seemed like they knew what they were doing on the phone and had promised to get me copies of all of my records (which the other doctor was jerking me around about). I don't mean to complain so much, but I am finding out the hard way that there is a lot of information out there for breast and prostate cancers, but not really any for brain cancer. My mom has been forced to order books online (because they are not readily available any other way.) My current Oncologist has told me since the beginning that he doesn't know much about it either. So being a person who is constantly seeking information (whether it be about a country a friend has come from or about their religion, etc.) I don't understand why in approximately 3 months time he hasn't come up with any information. Not to mention that he nor the Radiation Oncologist explained to me what some of the side effects of the Radiation and Chemotherapy would be. After my own research... I found out that I could have psychotic episodes, I could have continued memory loss for at least 3 months (which could take up to 2 years to begin to regain) And then a whole new set of aftereffects starts. I am hoping that this meeting with the new doctor goes well and she will approve of me getting a PET Scan. I hope to have good news this afternoon!