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... I heard from a source that there is a cure for Colon Cancer. ... (0 replies)
... Im sorry to hear of the cancer. my father has stage 4 colon cancer. you mention "symptoms" in your post. ... (2 replies)
... My mom is 57 years old. In September of 2005 she was diagnosed with stage for colon cancer, that had spread to her liver, breast, and a muscle by her pelvis. ... (0 replies)

... He has been taking neurontin and it has helped with the symptoms a little he said but of course it's not a cure. He saw a neurologist and basically there is nothing that can be done except to wait and see. ... (9 replies)
... No, I do not take any medication for the neuropathy. I just deal with it and, as I said, it is ever so slowly getting better 8 months out from Oxaliplatin. ... (9 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)
... 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)
... It is an individual decision when something like cancer happens when one is older. My Dad was diagnosed with Stage 4 colon cancer when he was 75. He had surgery to remove the main tumor and went straight into clinical chemo trials and some radiation. ... (5 replies)
... Hi, i am writing to see if anyone can help.My childhood friend which is now my brother in law was diagnosed a year ago with stage 4 colon cancer with 7 or more liver mets.Originally they said there was nothing they could do for him but chemo in hoping to give quality of life and extended life. ... (4 replies)
... I agree with you. Your still young and since your otherwise healthy I don't see why your onocologist has given up on you. My dad was diagnosed with stage 3 colon cancer last yr. at the age of 75. His spread into a few of his lymph nodes, and prostate. Today he is doing GREAT! ... (16 replies)
... Your posting is so sad. Tell your husband PLEASE don't give up this soon. ... (1 replies)
... the path came back as no red or white blood cells present in the samples and I was a perfectly healthy 31 year old. I said to GP "but I know there wassomething red in one of those samples if not rbc what? ... (6 replies)
... ng your bowel issues...I NEVER want to project my condition onto any other woman. With that being said I cannot in good conscious keep quiet about the potential for endometriosis. It is a horrifically "sneaky" disease that although common, goes undiagnosed. NO DOCTOR can just tell you you're silly and you don't have this. ... (68 replies)
... profit organization, such as the American Cancer Society and let them know what you are trying to accomplish. ... (9 replies)
... my family donates regularly to cancer charities. ... (39 replies)
... I'm a stage 3C rectal cancer survivor... ... (22 replies)
... I am new here but not new to the whole colon cancer thing. My dad first was diognosed with colon cancer back in 2001. During treatment for the colon cancer they found a melonoma in his left eye and removed that. ... (9 replies)
... My husband has been in treatment for Stage 4 colon cancer for almost 11 months now. His CEA was 2562 and with FOLFOX, Avastin and a few rounds of Panitumumab the CEA dropped to 35 by July. ... (8 replies)
... PLEASE ask for a colonoscopy!!!!! Its the only way to make really sure. Let your doctor know how much you are worried and insist on the colonoscopy. ... (4 replies)
... ion. You will see from the many postings here that a lot of us are in favour of taking any chance that comes along to help us prolong life but each circumstance is different, each with it's own complications. ... (5 replies)

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