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One of the things I’ve learned with cancer patients is they’re real. Right? They have issues that are real, that they’re working with. They ask me all the time, “So, doc, can I do this? Can I do that?” I say, “If you feel like doing it, go ahead and do it.” I mean you have to live your life. You like to play golf? Go out there and play golf. I mean, you like to work? Stay at work. Work. There are going to be days you’re tired. There are going to be days you’re going to have issues and problems, and you’re not going to be able to do the things the same way you do it normally. All those days, stay home, take a nap. But those days you have energy, you want to go shopping to Michigan Avenue, go shopping. Just do what you think you feel like doing.