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... My dad had quad bypass the end of Jan. He continued to lose weight, not eat, became weaker and weaker. ... (1 replies)
... and send home and said it was a bladder infection.. ... (3 replies)
... Colon cancer tends to spread to bone, stomach, bladder, liver, lungs and lymph nodes etc. I would be very surprised if he didn't have disease in other parts of his body. ... (10 replies)

... egarding your earlier question, about once you have Cancer, do you ever get rid of it, I have wondered that myself, each time my mother had it, they said she was cancer free, then a year and a half would pass and she'd have a new growth or tumor. ... (11 replies)
... My wife is 33 years old and just diagnosed last week with colon cancer. She went to the ER for sever abdominal pain, which found out it was from a large stomache ulcer. ... (23 replies)
... fighting compounds have long been thought to curb one's cancer risk. ... (4 replies)
... Well, I can only speak from experience. My son was diagnosed with colon cancer at age 30. he is not 36 going on 37. He had a colostomy, then it spread to his liver and he had a liver resection. He's had brain tumors, kidney tumors, bone cancer, and so on and he's till here. ... (10 replies)
To 1Dove:
Aug 10, 2002
... fu stands for fluorouracil which is used in chemotherapy for some types of cancer. My grandfather had advanced colon cancer in the early '60s that had spread to his liver and bladder. He was given 5fu treatment, and was cured. In the late 70s my dad had colon cancer that had spread to his lymph nodes. ... (3 replies)
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... I usually post on the Back Boards hence my name, but lately have been reading this board as my husband of almost 19 years has been diagnosed with colon cancer and possible mets to the liver. He had a CT scan and then a PET scan on Friday and we'll know more details on Monday. We meet with the surgeon on Tuesday. ... (12 replies)
New Here
Sep 9, 2005
... Welcome to the board. I hope you find them as helpful as I have over the past couple of years. ... (6 replies)
... why go through the trauma of surgery twice with twice the exposure to possible complications of surgery and anesthesia. ... (12 replies)
... I had cervical cancer...still am being very closely monitored for that, had the adenomas...I just know that what they find will not be good and I am not wanting to ruin everyone's Christmas...I can't keep it a secret from my husband...I probably could keep it from everyone else. ... (7 replies)
Sore bones???
May 18, 2005
... Yes it is normal for some cancer sufferers to feel very tired. ... (4 replies)
Treatment Limbo
Jan 17, 2005
... o We only clam up when it comes to talking about sex amongst ourselves, however putting pen to paper is no problem. ... (136 replies)
... I was diagnosed last November and was to have surgery a month from then, but that was postponed and did not happen until February of this year. ... (3 replies)
Treatment Limbo
Aug 29, 2004
... i read in one of your previous threads that a lymph node was involved too so they will want to make sure it has not spread beyond that. The chemo affects people in differnt ways. ... (136 replies)
... After husband and mum were diag, my world just stopped and i really couldnt function. In order to get a grip and feel in control I wrote down lists of questions to ask the doctors. The folks here on this board helped me along with that. ... (6 replies)

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