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imageDavid - JUST JOINED THIS GROUP !  So glad I found this group. I am a head and neck cancer survivor for 17 years.  I am truly blest. Here's my history: 1997 - Squamous Cell Carcinoma, stage 3, agressive cell type. Three places in my neck and in my throat. 37 radiation treatments. 1999 - thyroid effected by radiation - placed on medications 2005 - narrrowing of right carotid artery.  Stent inserted.  Also, the first of 4 aspiration pneumonias cause by radiation.  2009, 2011, 2012 - Three more aspiration pneumonias 2012 - Placed on …More…
Type: Throat Cancer

imageEllen Talia - Not an Adam's Apple, That Was My TumorNot an Adam's Apple, That Was My Tumor
Type: Thyroid Cancer

imageRon - Study: Anal, Throat Cancers On Rise   ATLANTA, Ga. (CBS Atlanta) – According to a new study, anal and throat cancers have increased over the past 35 years in adults younger than 45. “The increase in the incidence of oropharyngeal cancer among younger men and of anal cancer among younger women are disturbing, because there are no screening programs for early detection of these cancers,” Dr. Lorraine Shack, an assistant professor of oncology at the University of Calgary’s Cumming School of Medicine, and co-author on the study, told …More…
Type: Tonsil Cancer

imageAmy - CT SCAN  Good morning! So I seen my CT scan results this morning and it showed 3 (4.5 mm or smaller lesions on my liver).  Can that be caused from chemo.  My pet was clean in January;(. Please advise. …More…
Type: Anal Cancer

imageMarcia - July 27, 2014  Since this is Sunday evening, tomorrow starts a new week of tests for some, work for some, doctor appointments for others.  One of my    favorite quotes is "Nothing in life is to be feared, it is only to be understood".  I didn't say that;  Marie Curie did.  "When I fear something, I invite it to be my teacher".  I don't know when Marie said this but I think most probably when she was dx'ed with aplastic anemia from working …More…
Type: Tonsil Cancer

imageCindy - Bleeding still  Did ten days of hydrocortisone suppositories bleeding stopped. One day off and  tons of blood.   Refilling Rx now. I am trying to be positive but with atypitcsl squamous cells and mild DYSPLASIA and bleeding the outcome doesn't seem great,  I am tired, pains across middle of stomach..IBS , lower back pressure, anal pressure, and  I get nauseous brings back how I fell prior to my cancer.   Dr is back tomorrow...I need a pet scan hope it gets approved. …More…
Type: Anal Cancer

imagePatty - Back in ICU-- Please pray  Hello to all my friends and supporters. Just able to type a short post which I truly felt I needed to as my condition has become critical.  My inability to stay hydrated due to daily nausea- vomiting has landed me back here though cardiac tests that was performed this past week that was an ECHO  and a Bubble Study, a test I was not familiar with has shown that my heart is failing since the cycles of dehydration has caused …More…
Type: Chronic Myeloid Leukemia

imageSusan J - SUE COOSUE COO
Type: Pancreas Cancer

Type: Pancreas Cancer

imageCathy - Happy Day  Yesterday was the 2 year mark for the day of my last treatment.  Amazing how fast 2 years go by.  I reflect on the challenges of anal cancer treatment and how much I have learned and grown from the experience.  I wish all of my supporters the best oh health and happiness.  I continue to cheer you on, read of your struggles, learn from you, and gain strength and support from you.  Thank you!  I'm so glad I found you …More…
Type: Anal Cancer

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