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Type: Cervical Cancer

imageAngela - Leaving Behind the Normal  I have one day left to be Normal....I will go to work tomorrow, teach all day, make sure I have enough stuff ready to cover my class for 7 days, then come home and make sure my house is clean enough to come home to after treatment.  Then, I will leave Thursday morning at 6:30 am to go to my first round of chemo (for the second time).   I still look normal, act normal (for those who do not know …More…
Type: Cervical Cancer

imageTexas Jeff - ginger and nausea from chemo  from the mayo clinic   …More…
Type: Anal Cancer

imageSharie - No new scans for me for awhile...  My oncologist wants me to have another CT scan - even though I just had one in December - as a follow up to the benign liver cysts they saw previously. The insurance company says "nope" - guidelines for my type of cancer in remission are once every three years, unless I have new symptoms. The doctor doesn't agree, but he can't do anything. I can't do anything either, unless I want to pay for it out of pocket. Um. …More…
Type: Anal Cancer

imageKimiko - Uncomfortable silence  -that moment in middle school, when you didn't finish your geometry homework and you knew there'd be show up to class, hoping you can cram the last few problems in before the bell rings & the teacher collects the homework. -Only she doesn't collect it. Instead, she randomly calls on students to do the problems on the chalk board. -You Are Screwed! - Your efforts to hide behind the student in front of you don't go unnoticed because she's watching you cower. She …More…
Type: Breast Cancer

imageAshley - Nauseau  I finished my last full week of cisplatin and etopiside and I am beyond happy. But I am still fighting nausea. My stomach has a constant blah feeling. I'm taking my nausea meds and trying ginger pills. Any advice that has worked for others. Also how long after completion of chemo does this start to go away. I am ready to feel like myself again …More…
Type: Ovarian Cancer

imageAngela - Working and Treatments  I as wondering how many of you opted to stop working during your treatments?  I am wanting to, and have the capabilities because I have paid for salary protection.  Many think I should keep working, but I feel I want the time I left (if this gets me) to spend writing letters to my children, doing things I want to do, etc. I also am so tired already when I get home from work that I do not think I …More…
Type: Cervical Cancer

imageMichele - The Other Shoe  The world of NED (no evidence of disease) can be exciting and disconcerting at the same time. Let me explain myself. I paid a visit Friday to my oncologist. It was just a local inspection. He always sees me about a month after my appointments in Houston. They maintain my port at the cancer center and he likes to keep abreast of my status and throw a stethoscope on my chest to listen to my heart and lungs that way, …More…
Type: Anal Cancer

imageSusan J - R.I.P.R.I.P.
Type: Pancreas Cancer

Type: Pancreas Cancer

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