I have had disappointing outcomes with Credit Valley Hospital and their treatment plan hasn't gone according to plan. The opposite outcomes were had - the actual opposites to what they said/told me. However, I like my new CVH medical oncologist. He listens and he takes the time to answer my questions. However, a friend suggested a medical oncologist at PMH. She said with my rare cancer (aggressive, fast growing high grade serous ovarian 3C spread throughout the abdominal cavity, inoperable, platinum resistant) I should be treated at the best hospital in town where new treatments and trials are coming along all the time. However, Credit Valley is a 40 min drive each way. There is no way I could drive into Toronto, nor can my husband. I have anxiety attacks on the highways due to childhood trauma. We'd have to take the Go train in - a 3 hour round trip. I am having weekly Taxol and bi-monthly Avastin to try to slow down the growth and hopefully shrink the tumors - results remain to be seen. I have a consultation with the new oncologist at PMH next week. Through my friend, she has agreed to treat me if I want to switch. I'm really torn. My friend suggested her because she doesn't give up on her patients - she will keep fighting for them to have new treatments and won't leave anything off the table. I like the sound of her. My present oncologist seems to fight for me too though - he got Avastin paid for even though I didn't fit the criteria exactly. I'm so worn down by the whole cancer patient process and feel blocked to make the right decision. What would you do? Should I just meet her and go with my gut? I feel that I've not done a great job of making the right choices to date, given the information I had at the time. Thanks.