We live in an indecisive world.

This life is a constant battle between "should I" and "shouldn't I", where typically simple decisions about everyday mundane things seem far more complicated than they need to be. "Do I eat that piece of decadent cake, or not? Do I skip yoga class, or motivate my lazy ass to get there? Do I have one more glass of wine, or take it easy on the vino?".

But, what about the not-so-mundane things in life that we need to make choices about? What about the heavy stuff - like cancer care?

Most of society takes the advice of doctors without any further research or investigation into diagnosis, causes and treatment options. Most people don't even know they have treatment options.

Once upon a time, I was one of those people. I've had cancer - twice.