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... Rectal Cancer in March of 06. ... (13 replies)
... rectal cancer is thought of as a disease of people over 50, there are really quite a few people diagnosed in there 20's. ... (10 replies)
Colon examination
Feb 22, 2011
... rectal cancer when I was 46 yrs old. It has been recommended to my children that they get their first colonoscopy at around 35 yrs old. ... (5 replies)

... Rectal Cancer board might be interested in a report on the AACR meeting that I posted Wednesday night. ... (0 replies)
... Anal rectal cancer was discovered in Aug. 2005. Cancer was also found in cervix and several lumph nodes. Drs. ... (0 replies)
... rectal cancer 3yrs ago. Had surgery to remove tumour ended up with colostomy bag, had chemo. It was a very aggressive cancer and had escaped into lymph nodes. 9mths later it was in the liver, surgeons lasered off cancer. ... (4 replies)
... I had Stage III rectal cancer and had to have two weeks of chemo, then one month of radiation and chemo together. It was difficult and a long journey towards healing. ... (7 replies)
... I was diagnosed at 26 and I am now 27. Colon cancer has a dominate history on my mother's side and it was my own fault I didn't seek regular screening at an earlier age. ... (13 replies)
... Hey gent1. I ended up with blood in my strool. I have a strong history of colon cancer running in my mom's family so as soon as I saw the blood I didn't waste anytime setting up a doctors appointment. ... (13 replies)
... recommendation. He wanted me to leave the port in because of the possibility of more chemo down the road. You need to understand that I was a very early stage rectal cancer and I did NOT want the standard resection. ... (8 replies)
... not just physically sick but sick like a cancer patient. ... (8 replies)
... Hi all as the title of this thread reads i am a 26 year old male who has been diagnosed with rectal cancer. Through MRI's and CT's and such my cancer has been graded T3 with no evidence of lymph node envolvment. I have endured 5 weeks of chemotherapy with the 24 hr. ... (13 replies)
... I have ano-rectal cancer (adenocarcinoma). Radiation treatments are finished Thursday. They removed the 5-FU pump last Tuesday because of severe cramping and diarreha. I had a PASport, but it got infected. I had IV Cubicin antibiotic treatments the last 10 days too. They replaced the port with a PIC line which also has been removed, because the onc-doc was concerned about... (2 replies)
... we are not getting ahead of ourselves. My cancer was deeply invasive stage IIIC with mutiple lymph node involvement. ... (11 replies)
... I have taken Metamucil and it works great but my grandma had colon cancer and survived, her sister had colon cancer and survived, her other sister had lung cancer and died, and another had adenocarcinoma of something and passed away as well. ... (6 replies)
... radiation the following week. The Dr said it may be possible to spare my anus and having to get a colostomy but depends on the stage of cancer etc. ... (4 replies)
... rectal cancer at 46. ... (5 replies)
... rectal cancer. I am glad that your doctor did suggset that it may be cancer and ordered the test. He is on it, and that should give you some comfort. So many doctors try to rule out everything else first, i.e. ... (14 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. ... (4 replies)
... I got the results of my colonscopy today, well biospy stuff. My CEA was .20 and the polyp they found embedded in my acsending colon needs to be removed with part of my colon. ... (10 replies)


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