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... I am so sorry for what you are going through. Life is so hard and sad sometimes. Try to make the most of each day with her. take care. ... (28 replies)
... I see this is your first post on this board. Welcome! But sadly, you say you are terminal. Are you having any treatment at the moment? ... (3 replies)
... My father died of bowel cancer in his early fifties. ... (5 replies)

... LESLIETOOL hi thanks for your post it really means a lot.. about my stool I'm pretty sure that I've collected the part that is maroon on it and i don't think it's my diet cause its been that way every bm although my cbc showed that I'm not anemic.. ... (12 replies)
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Feb 11, 2007
... So my dad is terminal. I don't know what stage or any of that kind of junk. ... (6 replies)
... Surgery took out the rectal cancer and the nodes. I am still a little puzzled as to whether the tumours you mention are the lymph nodes. I would not give up yet at all. ... (28 replies)
... I have looked at your previous posts and see that you do worry quite alot. It happens to lots of is easy to convince yourself that you have some terminal disease. Then the fear wears off and months or weeks later, some other fear crops up. ... (4 replies)
... CJ, That sounds wonderful. As long as there is life, there is always hope. ... (28 replies)
... What a wonderful post! It is so encouraging to hear stories of people who were diagnosed with advanced colorectal cancer and are still doing well today....we need to hear more like this to encourage those who have been told that nothing more can be done. ... (28 replies)
... Well, moderately or poorly differentiated is what the tumor cells look like under the microscope when the specimen is examined by the pathology dept. ... (28 replies)
... I too have been dx with stage four bowel cancer and spots on liver. When they told me they said there was no cure and without treatment I only had six months, with maybe 19. Did not like the oncologist at all. ... (16 replies)
Jul 14, 2003
... This is my first time on the message board. I am just trying to get some advise from others in similar situations. ... (1 replies)
... I would like to ask you about the herbal treatments you are taking and how that is going. ... (28 replies)
... That is such a touching story...thanks for sharing. It shows that we still can be in control of our destiny to a point. ... (28 replies)
... aven't dealt with something like this before you tend to accept what the doctor says, because they SHOULD be right and they SHOULD be telling you everything that is relevant. It does sometimes take a while for sixth sense to kick in and for you to question what you are, or are not, being told by the doc. ... (28 replies)
... I think what has me blown away is the doctor just seems so...hopeless. The tumors have not spread. No other organs are involved...lymph nodes are. ... (28 replies)
... wow, I have never heard of something so negligent. There is no spread to other organs and he is putting your mom on hospice? ... (28 replies)
... t know every thing there is to know about her condition and what EXACTLY is what. ... (28 replies)
... I have had two courses of chemo and at present without pain, but my case is terminal. ... (3 replies)
... I am so sorry to hear about your dear mother. I, too, went throught the same shock when they told us that my husband did not have long to live. It seems like it is a dream, not happening to you. Nothing will feel the same any longer. ... (28 replies)

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