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... I am 28 and lost my mother to colon cancer last year in May. ... (3 replies)
... I'm 17 years old, female. My grandfather died of bowel cancer when he was in his late 30's however there's no other history of cancer in the family that I'm aware of so don't think it's genetic. Anyway, I have severe anxiety, social, general and health and possibly depression. ... (2 replies)
... overdrive lol. I originally went to the GI doctor because I stopped taking Prilosec cold turkey, because I read it was really bad for you... ... (68 replies)

... I am so sorry!!!!!!!!!!!! I don't even know what to say, but I wanted to tell you that cancer is not a death sentence. The biopsy will most likely tell them what stage the cancer is in, then they will know how to treat it. ... (8 replies)
... My father was diagnosed with colon cancer stage IV back in March 2010. He had 4 MAJOR surgeries to remove huge tumors. ... (0 replies)
... s at peace now and you are right about her suffering being shortlived, it was the best. My husband went thru 6 long months of chemo and even at one point wanted to die he was so sick but I didn't want to tell you this. But he is with me now and is very strong and has little side effects from everything. ... (11 replies)
... Jesus Christ, I'm so sorry Cinda. I don't know what exactly to tell you though, everybody is different. My father had esophageal cancer and the only place it spread to was his liver, but that was enough to cause an embolism to travel to his lung and do him in. ... (1 replies)
... at you should worry about your health first and the money last. You cannot put a value on life. My 42 year old brother in law is dying at this very moment from colon cancer. Some of the people who have been around here awhile might remember me talking about him. ... (8 replies)
... I just wanted to bring things to a closure and thank everyone again one more time with this post. My sister passed away on September 6. ... (25 replies)
... t you be surprised to know you have it too and have the same amount of time ahead of you! ... (28 replies)
... This subject makes me so angry. 15 years ago, my grandmother was diagnosed with colon cancer when she was 76 and died at 79 from the disease. She took excellent care of herself and went for her check ups every year, usually more often. ... (5 replies)
... was so positive about the outcome. If he hadn't, I probably would have been a basket case like I am now! I can relate to how you felt because after my diagnosis, I went to the ER several times for such minor problems thinking it was cancer related. ... (11 replies)
... so I went to the hospital. ... (6 replies)
... Sorry to hear about your Mom. My Dad passed away last August due to colon cancer with mets to lungs. He had a very difficult time breathing for several days before he passed away. ... (19 replies)
... Figured I'd offer an update. My mom was admitted to Sloan Kettering after a trip to their urgent care center. She was experiencing extreme abdominal pain. ... (19 replies)
... I'm so sorry to hear about your mother. Every time I hear of someone who has been diagnosed with Colon Cancer my heart breaks for them and their families. I know what it is like because I have been there. I'm also sorry to hear about your father. ... (19 replies)
... No, a CT scan can't detect colon cancer. It would likely point out a large mass, but it can't detect cancer. ... (10 replies)
... Hi everyone, this is my first time on a messge board, but a very good friend of mine is dying of cancer and I need someone to talk to. She was diagnosed 2 years ago with colon cancer, but it had already spread to her liver. Now it is in her lungs and I don't think she has much longer. ... (1 replies)
... My best friend has colon cancer. He keeps it hushed. I finally got him to talk. He says there is nothing that can be done. He refused chemo. He is an alcoholic,and has not eaten. ... (4 replies)
... My understanding of "cured" is that after 5 years there is no detectable cancer in the body. After this time most doctors will tell you that your risk is no greater than the general public. ... (6 replies)


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