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imageMarion - 2 1/2 weeks into treatment  Little update. 10 radiations, 1 chemo and 5 trials study infusions down. For some reason I've been feeling prety good lately and actually a little stronger again too. After reading many posts and comments here, I did learn that the 'real' side effects are about to start pretty soon. So for now I am doing everything I can to take advantage of everything that I am still able to do.  Actually, today I went and rode my horse for a little while …More…
Type: Tonsil Cancer

imagePAgirl - Five Years Out and ready to Advocate  Hi Friends-- I have not posted here in a long time and I hope that everyone is doing well and fighting the fight. I "graduated" from my oncologist a few months ago and do not have to go back again. I just need to follow up with the Colorectal doctor on a regular basis. Great news and an amazing relief! I attended a Relay for Life walk about a month ago and met many cancer survivors and fighters. It was a wonderful …More…
Type: Anal Cancer

imageJeanne - Beautiful day in the NeighborhoodBeautiful day in the Neighborhood
Type: Anal Cancer

imageBryan - Biopsy results  tumor results ; immature & mature teratomas ... Tumor markers @ 15. Doctor advising  RPLND  or  chemotherapy.. Anyone have any thoughts or info on this... My reading up on these" teratomas " are  that they're aggressive and that's why RPLND is recommended prognosis... Any thoughts would help?? …More…
Type: Testicular Cancer

imageTexas Jeff - good new at the Abilities Expo  the Abilities Expo is for people with most any kind of disability you can think of. It is held in 6 cities around the country, and it made it's annual stop in houston last weekend so i went for the day on friday. i picked up a tens unit that i can use at home so will be able to self medicate for muscle cramps, spasms, etc. i paid about the same as 1 tens session with a physical therapist would …More…
Type: Anal Cancer

imageDawn - back on the roller coaster  Back from did I need that.  Nice cottage on the lake.  Did a little cooking, did a lot of reading, did a lot of recharging.  This week is all about pre-treatment.  I will most likely be starting radiation this week and chemo next monday.  I had my appointment yesterday with the hem-onc and found out I will be getting Cisplatin and VP-16.  After returning home I remembered that I have tinnitis from the low dose Cisplatin i received for …More…
Type: Lung Cancer

imageKristin - 12 Days Post-Op12 Days Post-Op
Type: Thyroid Cancer

imageKristin - Relieved!  I went to my endocrinologist last Friday and he gave me the best news: my cancer is Stage 1, type 3! It has not spread to my lymph nodes, and I found out then that my surgeon removed 4 lymph nodes.  I had 2 nodules, the larger of which I have had biopsyed 3 times, and each time the results were inconclusive. The smaller was where the cancer cells were found. Turns out my larger nodule was 4.5 cm and had a follicular variant …More…
Type: Thyroid Cancer

imageLisa - Wine for tonight... I had my follow up appointment for my lung cancer with my oncologist. Everything is fine with my CT scans, next one due in November. Great. Asked about pathology report from thyroidectomy 2 weeks ago....nothing in the computerized system. He had a call placed to pathology dept....nothing yet. Apparently it was sent out for a second look.....whatever that means. Second appointment of the day was with endocrinology....still no pathology results. I asked if he …More…
Type: Lung Cancer

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

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