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Hello from canada
Oct 19, 2006
... My husband was 65 when dx stage 111C rectal cancer in 2003. He was well when diagnosed but had complications during and after surgery, so he became quite weak and lost a lot of weight too. ... (5 replies)
... Secondly, to encourage you, my husband was 65 when he was dx with Stage 111C rectal cancer three years ago. ... (11 replies)
... experience as everyone is different but it certainly helps to hear how others coped. Many of your concerns were mine too, three years ago when my beloved was dx stage 111C with 11 out of 18 nodes involved. ... (6 replies)

... I hope it will encourage you to hear that my husband was 65 when diagnosed stage 111C rectal cancer three years ago. ... (8 replies)
... My husband was diagnosed three years ago with stage 111C rectal cancer and had so many complications. He was 65 at the time. He had eight months of treatment and went back to work part time for another year. ... (11 replies)
Newly diagnosed
Jul 27, 2006
... with the most wonderful, caring people. It's a strange metamorphosis really. When I started posting in July of 2003, it was for support for my husband diagnosed Stage 111C rectal cancer. Then when he recovered so well, I wanted to give others hope with his story. ... (15 replies)
Newly diagnosed
Jul 26, 2006
... I know I am the wrong board but I want my friends here to know the latest! My husband three years ago was dx Stage 111C rectal cancer and after ten months of treatment, complications and so on, gradually returned to "normal" life. ... (15 replies)
... When my husband was diagnosed stage 111C with 11 out of 18 lymph nodes involved, we were told he would need chemo and radiotherapy. We just went along with the program! ... (9 replies)
... I guess it all depends on how aggressive the tumour is. My husband was dx Stage 111C rectal cancer in July 2003 but he had an ultrasound and several rectal exams for an enlarged prostate in 1998. ... (6 replies)
... radiotherapy so well and that you are generally in good health. This is bound to help your recovery from surgery. My DH is doing well after being dx in 2003 with stage 111c rectal cancer. He fully expected to have a colostomy but they managed to avoid that. Now, he is nearly back to normal. ... (9 replies)
... rectal cancer but glad you have come to this board for advice and support. My husband, dx in July 2003 with Stage 111c rectal cancer was told he would definitely need a colostomy. We live in on a small island and there were really no second opinions. ... (17 replies)
... My DH, dx July 2003 stage 111C rectal cancer and doing well has had CEA levels of 3.1, 2.9 and 2.6 and considered acceptable. His oncologist told us that levels can "wobble around " a bit. ... (3 replies)
Surgery question
Aug 26, 2005
... there hopefully will be none, do not matter at this point. I can relate to how you are feeling....I was where you are two years ago when my husband was dx.Stage 111C rectal cancer. He had surgery first, then chemo and radiotherapy. ... (36 replies)
... I can understand your concern and will certainly tell you how my husband was dx Stage 111c at the age of 65. His sister died of colon cancer at 53 so he should have been having colonoscopies but never did. ... (11 replies)
... ut want to now add something as the fact that Lalee's daughter is pregant reminded me of the dilemma in which I found myself two years ago when my husband was dx Stage 111c rectal cancer. We live in the Bahamas...our children live in the UK. ... (18 replies)
... I cannot help you technically but just had to post with my support. From my understanding, it sounds like there is some concern but that there is no certainty of cancer. I guess you will have to wait for the biopsy results. They cannot tell definitely by looking at a lump whether it is cancer or not....if it is more advanced, then they pretty much can tell. Yours may be scar... (29 replies)
... vise but my understanding is that sometimes they feel surgery should be done right away. Here in the Bahamas, my husband had a similar diagnosis and they did not stage the tumour until he had surgery. ... (4 replies)
... Hi Marchhare. I had around 14 inches of my colon removed for a st 111c tumour into 6/13 lymph nodes. I had the large incision because they wanted to check everywhere. I was in hospital for ten days and needed another three weeks to recover to a stage where i was self mobile(driving ect). I needed chemo and had 48 weekly sessions. It took around three mos for... (7 replies)

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