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Colon cancer IIIc
May 30, 2011
... the difficult decision is whether to go ahead with more treatment if I am offered it, or not. ... (3 replies)
... nd the Cleveland Clinic. All others mentioned ARE Super places for cancer... but not for specifically colorectal cancer. You can look up all I mentioned. This is of course, if you are willing to travel. ... (6 replies)
... radiation treatments are administered. VALLEY HOSPITAL in northern NJ is also another fine institution for cancer with excellent doctors. ... (6 replies)

... recently was dignosed with stage IV inoperable colon cancer. He is very frail and has so far had 4 chemo treatments. He knows of his prognosis but is still under the impression that it's curable or at least he thinks he'll get healthier in order to become more independant. ... (7 replies)
... this is like a red rag to a bull. ... (23 replies)
... s board, and want to commend all of you on being such an amazing supportive group. I see some incredible fighting spirit on this board, and awesome results. It is so encouraging. ... (7 replies)
... I was diagnosed last year, stage iv rectal with mets to liver and abdomen, declared incurable, I'm 46. The surgeon said I had 2 months...You can look up my posts and see what has happened sense. I'm not alone, read others stories. I'd consult another doctor, its treatable. (3 replies)
... My mum was diagnosed yesterday with Stage 3 colon cancer. ... (3 replies)
... I just wanted to say hey and see how everyone is doing. ... (13 replies)
... which unfortunately I have had to use many times in the past few weeks. I only take it when I need it not everyday. I wonder if I need to take it everyday ? ... (6 replies)
... c of their location, and from what i've read on the internet, a transplant isn't usually an option when there's cancer. ? ... (12 replies)
... folonic acid inbetween his bowel resection and liver resection. In the Uk they prefer to operate on the primary cancer asap and then concentrate on the mets. After his bowel surgery they told us his liver was inoperable due to the quantity, size and location within his liver. ... (12 replies)
... My wife has Stage IV colon cancer, and she's 52. How long has your husband lived since the diagnosis? ... (9 replies)
... yeah, they're doing treatment first and hoping that they can operate on either the colon or liver. ... (42 replies)
... Husband was diag stage 4 in april 2003. He had to have colon resection straight away due to blockage issue. He was told before coming home that his liver was inoperable due to the size, number and location of the liver tumors. ... (9 replies)
... ing on the liver. And they can't just go in there all haphazzard and operate on her liver. They need a plan from the PET scans and the CT scans as to WHERE the cancer is. It may be in an inoperable part of her liver right now, and she may require chemo first. ... (16 replies)


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