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... I have been battling Colon Cancer now for a year, I have been to a couple different doctors and taking a variety of chemotherapy treatments. The cancer is not going into remission, it also is not spreading. My doctor is trying more aggressive chemotherapy but the cancer is still not budging. ... (6 replies)
... lood in his stool on and off for about a year. After an incomplete colonoscopy the biopsy came back cancerous and after a ct scan it showed a large tumer in his colon that is almost completely blocked. He is getting another colonoscopy under anesthesia in a few days. ... (5 replies)
... I would also check Laurence Yee and Calfornia Pacific hospital. He is one of the best surgeons for colon cancer. He did an awsome job with me. Definately get a 2nd and 3rd opinion. ... (6 replies)

... Husband diagnosed with stage 4 bowel cancer 18 months ago age 44. He had anterior bowel resection. we were then told the mets to liver were inoperable but they would give him chemo. ... (4 replies)
... radiation treatments are administered. VALLEY HOSPITAL in northern NJ is also another fine institution for cancer with excellent doctors. ... (6 replies)
... y can see, there would be many many tiny microscopic sized metastases in the body if this is deemed Stage IV. The large tumors could possibly be removed but the cancer itself would still be there. ... (6 replies)
... My mom also has inoperable abdominal cancer discovered last November. Truly devastating news. The cancer was found in a CT scan of her liver. She had been complaining about abdominal pains for almost a year before they discovered it. ... (4 replies)
Colon cancer IIIc
May 30, 2011
... Hi Grannann - sorry to hear about the return of your cancer. I have now had three sessions of chemo - the first ones were successful in shrinking my secondary liver tumour and I had a liver re-section, but sadly new tumours have appeared which are inoperable - now I am waiting to see if I am a suitable candidate for further treatment by radio frequency ablation. Like you,... (3 replies)
... These are all great places that people have listed.... but the three institutions in the US known for Colorectal miracles are the Lahey Clinic in Boston, The Henehman Clinic, and 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... (6 replies)
... I would say contact The Faber institute in boston. People come from every where to go there. They are Number one for cancer Treatment. Good Luck I will say a pray for you. ... (6 replies)
... was going to say "get yourself to M.D.Anderson Hospital in Houston, TX!". But then I read your other post. I still think if there is any way, they are the best cancer hospital!!! You might try to at least get in touch with them and have your records sent. If anyone can help you, I am sure they can! ... (6 replies)
... I am caring for my father in law, age 68, in Aug 2008 diagnosed with colon cancer stage 3c. Surgery, chemo. All clear after that except for Prostate Cancer which was dealth with Dec 2009. All clear. Then received word that there was cancer cells "found in the margins" in March 2010. ... (5 replies)
... His prognosis was not good at start of treatment as they considered his liver inoperable but after the chemo they were able to carry out the liver resection he needed. Follow up chemo and radiotherapy were precautionary. ... (5 replies)
... recently was dignosed with stage IV inoperable colon cancer. He is very frail and has so far had 4 chemo treatments. ... (7 replies)
... Pittsburgh, wow. I'm so sorry to read your story. I am trying to think of what to suggest. If she had surgery to remove the tumor, I guess I'm puzzled. were there more tumors that were inoperable? I'm thinking stage 3 with 3 nodes involved usually isn't considered terminal. My hubby has stage 3 with 12 nodes involved and just started chemo. I would get a second opinion... (28 replies)
... normal size. They are actually about the width of my finger and have gotten flat. I realize that these symptoms are not very good. Especially since my father has inoperable cc that has met to his liver and now lungs. My biggest problem is that I don't have health ins. ... (21 replies)
... My dad had colon cancer many years ago. He had the surgery and lymph nodes removed. Two lymph nodes were cancerous. He did the 5FU once a week for 6 months. ... (4 replies)
... My wife has Stage IV colon cancer, and she's 52. How long has your husband lived since the diagnosis? ... (9 replies)
... sorry to hear about your mum. It sounds like your mum is on an agressive chemo. Avastin is one of the new "wonder drugs" for treating colon cancer patients and is getting good press regards to prolonging life and reducing tumors. ... (1 replies)
... My very best friend, 29 years old, was just diagnosed with stage IV colon cancer. I am confused about many things, and have some questions. ... (7 replies)


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