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Cancer: Colon Board Index
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... 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)
... my uncle, his brother, the best man in the world, is dying of bone cancer and possibly has bladder too, he had prostate ca about 8 years ago and survived that, now this. ... (5 replies)
... Im sorry to hear of the cancer. my father has stage 4 colon cancer. you mention "symptoms" in your post. ... (2 replies)

... I agree that 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)
... d be flat like stools. Again, this led me to Dr. Google where obviously bowel and colon cancer was plastered everywhere. ... (0 replies)
... causing me to look up how to treat it, which made me come across me possibly mistaking them for colon cancer. I looked up how you could tell the difference, and the blood is in my stools, and not just with me wiping. ... (0 replies)
... c it's true that sooooo many people are getting cancer at all ages for what seems like no reason. I am 8 months pregnant so I will ask my OB at my appt. next week and see if she has any information. ... (6 replies)
... My mom is in India far away from me ,I am in the US. She was diagnosed with colon cancer in 2000, had her tumor and surrounding lymph nodes removed. She also had her first round of chemo. ... (10 replies)
... My brother was unable to discuss my father's dying with me. Neither were either of my sisters. ... (19 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. ... (1 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)
... When my mother was diagnosed with colon cancer, they immediately wanted her to have surgery without even considering she was 81 years old, skinny as a rain and extreemly fragile. ... (28 replies)
... For those who've read my posts you know I haven't been diagnosed with colon cancer. I haven't been diagnosed with anything but IBS, and that was by a doctor I hadn't ever seen before that visit. ... (5 replies)
... I'm doing OK, finally was able to pass some gas, and have very loose stool that looks partially undigested. I hate that I'm so obsessed about checking my poop! I know it's easier said that done..."Oh, occupy yourself with this, occupy yourself with that"...yeah, doesn't I am right in the same boat with you! If your pain is bad enough, please don't hesitate to go... (68 replies)
... Hey there, i had a colonoscopy done to check for colon problems and now to find out that they can easily miss these lesions wich everyone keeps mentioning that are ten times more likely cancerous. ... (2 replies)
... i am finding it quite hard at the moment my dad has colon cancer with multiple liver mets the cancer has also spread to his lymph nodes outside his liver. ... (37 replies)
... Thank you Ruth. But, the doctors feel they got all the cancer. He is refusing procedure to look in his stomach to see why he gets sick when he eats. He is refusing food and drink. He if virtually starving himself to death. That is what has become so frustrating. We have all, including the doctors, asked that he have the endoscopy so that this will be put to rest. If... (4 replies)
... in cancer, but he was seemingly healthy until the docs diagnosed him and he started chemo. shortly after starting chemo he had a massive stroke, and layed there dying for 9 months. yes 9 months. ... (5 replies)
... I am so sorry to hear about your dear mum, I know how you feel, I lost my dad to bowel cancer back in 1999 he was only 61 years old, I also lost my dear mum last year she was also 61...You are in my prayers ... ... (10 replies)
... I am sorry. You should go be with her. My mom has been battling an incureable cancer for years and I am dreading the day that I am told that this disease has gotten the best of her. ... (10 replies)

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