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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

imageSusan J - April 22, 2014April 22, 2014
Type: Pancreas Cancer

imageBobbi - Strength. Courage. Faith.Strength. Courage. Faith.
Type: Cervical Cancer

imageLaurie - colonoscopywent today to get checked out. I passed. Heart good. blood pressure not bad. This is my second one. I did good 5 years ago. Fingers crossed. No food all day. YIKES
Type: Endometrial-Uterine Cancer

imageLyssa - 75% of the Poketeam   Meet my four zygotes [because this is why I'm referring to them as from this day forth]: Igglybuff, Cleffa, Pichu, and Slowbro. Anyhow, we met with the embryologist today because we had a lot of questions. Like we wanted to why Justin's sperm was retarded, why so little fertilized, and the percentages for survival for the remaining zygotes. The embryologist was very nice and probably one of the smartest men I think I've ever met. His brain was sexy. Fiance has very special …More…
Type: Endometrial-Uterine Cancer

imageBrian Patrick - First Appointment with Neuro-Oncologist  So today I begin my series of appointments with Neuro-Oncologist and Oncologist to determine a treatment plan.  It sounds weird to say it but this week is one that I have been looking forward to for a month now.  I hate the idea that I have tumor in my brain.  It is probably a hard thing for other people to understand but all you think about all day is the tumor, when you head itches from the scar you think …More…
Type: Brain Cancer

imageLaura - LID  Day 2 Low Iodine Diet and no hormones: I had a hard time sleeping last night. First off, I was hungry and all I wanted was a HUGE BLOCK OF CHEESE LOL. I didnt do it though! I felt like I didnt get "deep" sleep last night. This morning I feel a little restless and overall "flat emotion"  I had coffee with coconut creamer... not horrible but also not really satisfying either. Its a beautiful day out (I live in FL) …More…
Type: Thyroid Cancer

imageSusan J - SOLDIERING ON  Things are looking up after a few topsy-turvy weeks of unutterable fatigue on his part, and the failure on my part to buoy his spirits in any appreciable way. All that negativity changed when we saw Dr O'Reilly last Tuesday April 15 for one of our regular oncology visits. My guy had the opportunity to chronicle the overwhelming fatigue over the course of the last few weeks that led him to cancel chemo on April 8, and I could discern …More…
Type: Pancreas Cancer

imageLaura - Low Iodine Diet  The day has arrived (Currently on Day 1) of my NO-hormone plus Low Iodine Diet. I have recruited my boyfriend who very willingly is embracing the two-week diet with me! So with both of us doing this, we have had to literally buy a new kitchen full of "approved food".... hindsight is always 20/20 and it would have been wise to start buying approved foods before hand but oh well. Shopping was a little frustrating because I went hungry which …More…
Type: Thyroid Cancer

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