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Cancer: Colon Board Index
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... for hope, can anyone tell me if levels of this tumor marker can be caused by just the size of the mass? ... (2 replies)
... Hello...... I am sorry to hear of your borthers troubles. It is a terrible ordeal and traumatic for those who have to stand by and watch. ... (10 replies)
... refer to operate on the primary cancer asap and then concentrate on the mets. After his bowel surgery they told us his liver was inoperable due to the quantity, size and location within his liver. The Oxaliplatin regime was used to try and shrink them to an operable level which they did. ... (12 replies)

... olyp. It had several biopsies that were negative, but when it was removed it did have cancerous cells, but at a lower grade level. I would think with the smaller size of your polyp that it is much more likely to be benign as they could get a more accurate biopsy sample. ... (2 replies)
... o treat it for months on my own, big mistake. Go to a doctor who cares more. My GP sent ME for a colonoscopy immediately and found out I had 2 tumors in my large colon and rectum. One was the size of a golf ball and it was removed leaving me with a colostomy bag at my belly button. ... (7 replies)
... Hi, I am new here to your website. My husband, 54 years old just had a malignant tumor removed from his sigmoid colon area the size of an eggplant last Monday. Having a colostomy bag is not how he visioned his lifestyle, but so be it. ... (7 replies)
... sigmoid area and it was the size of an egg. They didn't say anything about the grade of the cancer. ... (4 replies)
CHEMO Hangover
Jul 23, 2006
... dialations at home all due to stricture of the opening to less than the size of your pinkie finger. ... (2 replies)
... to my family doctor Tuesday. I feel as if I'm almost completely blocked. I cant go at all hardly and when I do I have to strain so hard to get out something the size of 2 pinkey fingers and the width of paper. ... (2 replies)
... Hello, I am 52 and have colon cancer stage III. I also started having pencil size stools with blood in them and very constipated. I went to my doctor and he just ignored me and so did the emergency room. ... (6 replies)
Help!?
Apr 7, 2006
... Hi Louisa, I am so sorry to hear about your grandmother. I lost my grandmother to colon cancer 29 years ago. She was only 64 years old. ... (1 replies)
... I can tell you that I had the resection surgery for a cancer tumor in my colon. It actually was not that bad, and the anxiety was the worst part by far. The surgery and the recovery time in the hospital was about a week. ... (20 replies)
... Liver parenchynw with metastatic adenocarcinama cansistent with colon Primary. ... (79 replies)
New with Questions
Mar 11, 2005
... weeks the my B.M. have varied. SOMETIMES THEY ARE NRMAL SIZE and sometimes they go back to thinner size. ... (1 replies)
... after the 1st treatment of chemo? ... (2 replies)
New Here
Mar 15, 2006
... My mother, who recently turned 47, was diagnosed with Stage III colon cancer in December and I stumbled upon this board using google. ... (2 replies)
... I've been diagnosed for colon cancer. I had the tumor resected with 47 lymph nodes. 2 lymph nodes were positive. ... (31 replies)
... I have had constipation for most of my life and have also had some bloody streaks on and off. ... (3 replies)
... bowel boards lots. My husband keeps suggesting to me it's cancer and my doctors will say out of the blue "well I don't think it's cancer" and I have never suggested to them that it is.. however I am now getting concerned. ... (3 replies)
... and the length of it. I became very sick, was semi conscious and feverish through much of it, my stomach was rigid and board like. ... (3 replies)




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