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... As usual, it is difficult to add much to what Cancerdad has said as he is so knowledgeable! But just to encourage you further, my husband was 65 when dx with Stage 111C with 11 out of 18 positive lymph nodes. ... (7 replies)
... As there is spread to some lymph nodes, but not many if you say you are early stage 111, then more chemo will probably be on the menu. ... (9 replies)
... with if there are unanswered questions in your mind. Given the info you have provided, if you had 7 out of 10 nodes testing positive, then I would think you are Stage 111. But the good news is that they took everything that was malignant out. ... (7 replies)

... Yes, you cannot go by blood in the stool to determine diagnosis or stage of colorectal cancer....my husband had no blood in stool and was diagnosed stage 111C! The only way to be sure is to have a colonoscopy. ... (3 replies)
... r. But be encouraged...there are several people on this board, including my husband who were diagnosed some years ago and are doing well today. My husband was dx stage 111C with 11 out of 18 nodes involved. He had surgery, chemo and radiation....all done nearly 7 years ago. ... (3 replies)
... hy they do not recommend that we only use CEA levels as an indication of recurrence but rather use them in conjunction with scans etc. By the way, my husband was stage 111C six years ago and is doing well so far. ... (8 replies)
... anded a scope. He said I was paranoid but scheduled one for me any way. I never got off the trolley. I was operated on next night and pathology showed aggressive stage 111c into six lymph nodes. My colon was very nearly closed off and I was in serious danger of gangrene ,rupture and peritonitis. ... (2 replies)
... Leukovorin five years ago for Stage 111C rectal cancer. He had bad diarrhoea after a few days of each treatment but it was easily controlled with Immodium, so it did not last long each time. ... (3 replies)
... EA has gone up as high as 4.1 and they no longer seem too worried as his scans show no sign of metastases or recurrence. He is a five and a half year survivor of Stage 111C rectal cancer and is doing well. ... (5 replies)
... I am OK, husband five years post stage 111C rectal cancer diagnosis and doing well, and me, two years out of lymphoma diagnosis and doing well! Sorry to hear about the ulcers. ... (6 replies)
... Hi there, :) I'm new to this particular board. I'm wondering if anyone is able to help me. A close friend of mine was diagnosed with stage 111c colon cancer 2 & 1/2 years ago. She had surgery followed by chemo & was fine till February this year when they found a tumour in the buttock which apparently is very unusual! There is no other metastes anywhere else. The... (4 replies)
... My husband was treated for Stage 111C rectal cancer nearly five years ago and still has frequent and urgent bowel movements most evenings and sometimes at other times. ... (12 replies)
... at the treatment plan is. I am sorry you have had such a tough three years. Life can deal us some cruel blows sometimes. Three years after my husband was dx with Stage 111C rectal cancer and had a really rough time, I was dx with lymphoma! Life is not fair! ... (5 replies)
... If my husband had had a colonoscopy much sooner, he would not have been diagnosed Stage 111C four years ago. Yes, he is doing well but he had a rough time and even now, has residual effects of surgery, chemotherapy and radiotherapy. ... (4 replies)
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May 10, 2007
... To encourage you, my husband was dx nearly four years ago with stage 111C rectal cancer, did not have to have a colostomy but had eight months of chemotherapy and radiotherapy. Is doing really well today...one day at a time... ... (2 replies)
... My husband has only had scans once a year since he finished treatment three years ago for Stage 111C rectal cancer. He has CEA levels done every three months. It is always worrying to think about cancer coming back. ... (3 replies)
Updates please.
Mar 19, 2007
... It is good to hear from you, Cinda and to know you are doing well. Just one comment....deep fried food is not good for you any way!!! So your colon is telling you something. Funnily enough, since I was dx with lymphoma last July, my husband (dx July 2003 with stage 111C rectal cancer) and I had no take away food until last Friday when we had a well known deep fried chicken... (29 replies)
Colon cancer
Feb 11, 2007
... ourage everyone to get one done. The knowledge that you are OK is so reassuring. On the other hand, my husband put off having one and was dx three years ago with stage 111C rectal cancer. He is doing well now but it has been a struggle and there is always the possibility it might return. ... (5 replies)
... I am so sorry you feel so burdened! I can understand as I also felt responsible, as my husband's caregiver, to find out as much as possible about his stage 111C rectal cancer (dx July 2003) and to ensure he got the best assessment and treatment. Some people really do not want to know the details of their results! My husband is a bit like that...maybe not to the extent that... (1 replies)
... leukovorin for eight months for stage 111C rectal cancer. He had it five days a week initially, then two weeks off for three cycles. ... (6 replies)




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