“Basically, the goal in chemo is to do as much as you physically can without getting permanent nerve damage,” Youtuber Wil Dasovich started his latest video log, following his “most important vlog” where he disclosed that his colon cancer is at stage 3.
The 26-year-old former Pinoy Big Brother (PBB) housemate, in his latest vlog, said he is now finishing up his chemotherapy. He shared that he is about to have his ninth cycle, and praying it would be the last time he will go through the treatment.
“This is either my last or second to the last. Either way, I’m pretty sure I’m gonna be done by January if the scan is good and it didn’t spread anywhere,” Wil said.
Wil said that he will find out this coming week what the doctors found in his lungs through their diagnosis.
“I’m coming up on my ninth cycle and things have been going good. We are going to find out the whole situation with what they found in my lungs. I think it’s been a month but today’s the confirmation of what that was,” he added.
The Youtuber, however, said that he’s pretty much feeling really good after all.
“I feel great. One of the things that has helped me go through this whole process is feeling like you’re worth something or feeling like you’re productive and you’re able to do stuff,” Wil said.
In September, Wil revealed the stage of his cancer as well as his chances of survival. He confirmed that his disease is already at stage 3.
“It’s developed, it has got in my lymph nodes but it hasn’t metastasized so it’s not in my liver brain or lungs and honestly I’m cool with that ‘cause I look at the statistics of stage 4 and it’s scary. Stage 3 there’s a lot better chance so I’m good,” Dasovich said in a video.
He thought that his disease was a rectal cancer when his doctor initially told him that it was in his rectum. He later found out that it was in the colon and not in the rectum after he met with his surgeon.
Wil said that there is nothing else to wonder or worry about since they now have the details and can start the treatment process to becoming cancer-free.
“I look at today as a huge win because although it is not the best situation, it could have been worse,” he added.