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imageKathleen - 60 minute episode using polio to treat cancer I found it John! Amazing discovery. …More…
Type: Ovarian Cancer

imageShawn - April 1, 2015April 1, 2015
Type: Colon and Rectal Cancer

imageShawn - April 1, 2015April 1, 2015
Type: Colon and Rectal Cancer

imageShawn - April 1, 2015April 1, 2015
Type: Colon and Rectal Cancer

imageMystic1der - Carcinoid Cancer (Update)  I had my surgery the 26th as planned. I am now home from the hospital resting and trying to recoup. The Dr said that everything looked good that she didnt see anything that looked abnormal or suspicious in the part of my colon that was removed or in the area were my appendix was taken off. But said that pathology would still look at it to be sure. Can anyone tell me if that is a good or bad thing? …More…
Type: Gastrointestinal Carcinoid Tumors

imageSusan J - HIS WAY  CT scan: The good news last Monday from Dr O'Reilly was that the pancreas is stable - no indication of disease growth - and the lung metastases have increased only slightly in size and number. With respect to treatment, she actually gave us the option of resuming a moderate chemo regimen now or waiting until after the next scan in three months to see where we stand then. If my man opts for treatment now and his disease retains its …More…
Type: Pancreas Cancer

imageStephen - Radioembolization  Hi everyone,  I met with my C.V. team and my Radiation team yesterday at U of M and the are going to set up a day to map out my blood vessels by going through an artery from my groin. This is both a very interesting procedure and a scary one as well, it will be my 3rd experience with radiation but the 1st time internal so that is kind of scary to me. They will do a trial run with …More…
Type: Pancreas Cancer

imageCoachk - Rectual cancer  Had rectual cancer a year ago. Only issues i haveis constntly going to bathroom 20 plus times a day.Have tried fiber pills etc dont seem to work. Getting fustrated bythis. Any suggestions? …More…

imageNicole - Trust Your Body and Intuition!  So, yesterday I had my weekly bloodwork and also Dr. visit with my chemo doctor. While I was there I was telling the nurse practitioner (Dr. was out) about a few new issues that have come up that concerned me. I have had for 2 or 3 years 3 cysts in my labia that have (due to radiation I am sure) become irriated and inflamed and a big boil also in radiation field. (Sorry I know this might be TMI...but …More…
Type: Anal Cancer

imageDoug - Night BEFORE  Hi everybody...Well, I am sitting in my living room on the night before my Total Thyroidectomy, and I am feeling fine... I am here with my Wife, Cousin from Oregon, and my two wonderful kitties. Well wishes are pouring in on my FB page, and I've thanked everybody. Now, I prepare for this by loading my bag with all the neccessities: Phone, Ipad, Kindle, pillow, overnight bag, and positive thoughts... Thank you all for your words, and I will be …More…
Type: Thyroid Cancer

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