My family is taking it's first trip with everyone to WDW since 1994. We have been planning for almost a year and we'll be there in mid Nov. In Feb. my mother was diagnosed with a rare cancer. She started chemo yesterday. She may also have to endure radiation and surgery. That and how long she is on chemo will be determined by how the cancer reacts to the chemo. I'm wondering if anyone has any advice for someone tackling the parks after going through something like this? Also, her first set of doctors gave her 18 months with chemo (a lot less without chemo). We found new doctors because we just couldn't believe it. She's lively and looks and feels very healthy. But since her cancer is so rare it's impossible to find doctors that are experts in this type so we don't really know what the future holds. Nov. is a long way off and if her body does start to deteriorate, does anyone have any advice for this? My mom is an incredibly strong woman and we are confident she will get into remission and hopefully before our trip, but we have never travelled under these circumstances before and I hope some of you have some advice for us. Thank you!