Oh no Kat! That's not very good news but I know your operation will go fine.
Guess what Henry! My doctor just diagnosed me with Brain Cancer and I have to go get it operated on tomorrow.
I am scared. What will happen if the treatment doesn't go to plan? I am not sure how long the operation will take. The bigger the dose of radiation in a smaller amount of time can increase the risk I have of the gamma and beta rays having an effect on me?
Next day ...
I found out that there are three different harmful rays: gamma, beta and alpha. Gamma is the most harmful and can affect all the tissues from my skin to the marrow of my bones.
Oh no! I hope that doesn't happen
Oh my gosh! I didn't know there was so many things that could go wrong. I hope it will all be fine.
The beta particles can cause burns and tissue damage as well as other symptoms of radiation sickness.
The alpha particles may be inhaled accidentally. What if it is inside my mask and I breathe it in. It may lead to lung cancer.
Bing Bing Bing! Time for school
Caution: inside the mask may have alpha particles or radon gas which may be inhaled that can lead to lung cancer
Warning: over exposure to deadly gamma and sometimes beta radiation rays, may be detrimental to skin cells
I hope she is okay but i don't think she's meant to be yellow and glowing. Maybe something happened in the operation from the gamma, beta and alpha rays she was telling me about.