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imageLaura - BLOATED  Anyone else done LID and experienced bloating at first? I feel SOO BLOATED and I dont know why. I am eating mostly plant based foods and lots of water and tea. …More…
Type: Thyroid Cancer

imageDonna - Haven't been on in a long time  I haven't been here for a long time. I guess I just wanted to not think about all I had been through. If you're new you can read my previous posts. I am a stage 4 cancer survivor, and am very proud of it. I won't kid you it was not an easy road. Last October I had my 3 year post treatment appointment. I'm still anal cancer free and the Doctor said that the chance of recurrence is almost …More…
Type: Anal Cancer

imageBen - April Update    I felt bad leaving my blog on such a depressing note since my mood and outlook has been better for a good while now, apart from randy's departure, which happened on the same day as a friend of mine dying of lung cancer, that day stung hard. i'm sure a lot of us shed a few tears that day.   Just like with diagnosis, the genetics took a few days to accept the new prognosis, and then you get over it and move on …More…
Type: Brain Cancer

imageMichele - My Never-Ending WordleMy Never-Ending Wordle
Type: Anal Cancer

imageMichele - My Never-Ending Story  I've been feeling different this past few weeks. Ever since I returned from MDA and saw my local oncologist. First I want to say that the liberation until the end of July feels surreal. Almost as surreal as my first round of cancer treatment. Almost as surreal as the last 4 plus years of my life with stage 4 anal cancer. I mean I am sitting on my deck right now pounding out my emotions on this key board and …More…
Type: Anal Cancer

imageBobbi - A year ago...  I can't believe how fast everything has gone... this time last year I was so deep in depression I don't think I had seen the sun in over a month. Gone to Ground was my favorite/hated post and I spent most of April alone in my boarding house room with the shades drawn, curled under a blanket trying to stay warm and not to cry. I didn't want my kids to see my tears when I would Skype them later …More…
Type: Cervical Cancer

imageLyssa - Keep on Fighting little guys   [not my zygote] Cleffa, Pichu, and Igglybuff look like this now. They are now eight-celled zygotes, which sort of look like pretty flowers, in my opinion. This is where they should be. They don't have fragmentation, as far as I know, and I feel like they would've told me if they developed fragmentation, but chances are, if they divide into four-celled zygotes without fragmentation, they shouldn't develop fragmentation. Chances are also that if they made it to eight-cell zygote formation, they're on …More…
Type: Endometrial-Uterine Cancer

imageLaura - Day 3 LID- Experiences, emotions, relationships  Day 3 of my LID-- it went fast! Feeling a little better than the first day. Yesterday I made the Scottish Beer Beef Stew (from Thyca) in my crockpot and it was very good and satisfying. I ate rice crackers with unsalted peanut butter, agave nectar and cinnamon. I also made an egg white scramble with mushrooms and spinach. I added hot Chula hot sauce to this... anyone know if that is OK? I cant find iodine in the ingredients... even …More…
Type: Thyroid Cancer

imageNanice - any cancer warriors have experience with lesions   A few months ago I had a lesion on the front of my tongue.  It did heal and then just a month ago it's back in the same place.  I went to my doctor that I trust and who diagnosed my tonsil cancer even tho the fine needle biopsy came back negative.  He said it's not cancer, we can give it a month to heal on its own and then if it doesn't then he would remove it. but that …More…
Type: Tonsil Cancer

imageStephen - Healthcare and School  Just checking in; been "drowning" with all the school work and various healthcare problems that have sprung up recently. An update on healthcare since last post: I've applied for Medicaid and disability through the state and it's starting to take some shape now. Actually talking to an attornery tomorrow to help sort out all the paperwork. from the PASS program (money for school and my car; the government can't consider those when decidiing my eligibility for disability) to SSI to Medicaid/Medicare. My …More…
Type: Acute Lymphocytic Leukemia

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