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... I'm a stage 3C rectal cancer survivor... ... (22 replies)
... Thanks for the reply. Back from the Oncologist today. ... (3 replies)
... Hi Ellice, I am so happy that your husband is now cancer free. He was very fortunate to have been diagnosed at such an early stage. ... (11 replies)

... nd it best to write the questions down and take them in. If all else failed and i lost my nerve then i could just shove the questions under their noses and wait for a reply. ... (79 replies)
... I have seen a naturopath for acupuncture and herbs to offset effects of chemo. I have consulted all kinds of people regarding diet, herbs whatever. Anyhting that brings relief is good. ... (79 replies)
... on blood vein...my problem is that at Christmas he has started smoking again.... he now smokes a packet in 2 days, I know this can't be good for him, but he says that he's having so much crap put into him that smoking wouldn't cause him any harm... ... (10 replies)
... weeks of radiation. Chemo is not so bad as it sounds. The key is to take rest. MOST IMPORTANT. THERE IS LIFE AFTER CHEMO. ... (79 replies)
... rectal cancer a couple of weeks ago. He has just had a CT directed biopsy and we are going on Tuesday for those results. The Dr. will then suggest a course of chemotherapy or not. ... (4 replies)
... rectum and reconnected. I did have an intermittent rise in CEA for some unknown reason that came back to normal before surgery. ... (79 replies)
... Will be going for MRI and PET soon. ... (79 replies)
... the polyp they found embedded in my acsending colon needs to be removed with part of my colon. I am going to see a colon rectal cancer specialist in next Tuesday for a surgical consult, the GI doc stated this was probably stage I cancer, as he doesn't think any lymph nodes are involved, or it has spread. ... (10 replies)
... shrinkage of the tumor. A PET scan is scheduled next week for further evaluation. My questions are directed to the Vets in order to grasp a better understanding as to what's to come. ... (5 replies)
... t find any thing wrong. I was on nexium for about 30 day after emergency room visit. That seemed to help. ... (79 replies)
... I understand completely what you are going through, we went through that with my dad. My dad had stage III rectal cancer and after the surgery, he was also cancer free, meaning no cancer on lymphms. But we decided to go through the 16 weeks of chemo and he had his second surgery last month on 16th and he is doing great. ... (14 replies)
... Met with oncologist for chemo...5FU... ... (7 replies)
... t do Anyone ANY GOOD! I think a fundraiser is a GREAT IDEA. And I agree, nothing is done Specifically for Colorectal Cancer. As I have said before, Breast Cancer is now more accepted, and it's "ok" to talk about it... ... (23 replies)
... but at chemo you see so many people in their 20's and 30's it is shocking. For some reason, people think colon or rectal cancer is a disease of old men. You learn fast that is not the case. ... (23 replies)
... op for colorectal surgery. I had my epidural "adjusted" three times or so in the Post Anesthesia Care Unit, because I could feel pain on my right side... ... (23 replies)
... uld get results soon enough. Because you had the mets, and the positive nodes and the bone cysts, the onc is going to treat you aggressively using an additional chemo agent. ... (79 replies)
... radiation treatments are administered. VALLEY HOSPITAL in northern NJ is also another fine institution for cancer with excellent doctors. ... (6 replies)




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