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imageJessica - Quick Update on Biopsy  Just wanted to give a quick update - my biopsy came back normal and showed normal reactive lymph nodes. Felt huge relief when I got the results! The nodes are still palpable in the back of my neck, but some of that could be from the slight lump that forms after biopsy.  I hope everyone is enjoying the weekend. Stay strong! …More…
Type: Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma

imageNoelle - Cisplatin vs Erbatux  My husband is about to start treatment for tonsil cancer.  We have a choice between Cisplatin or Erbatux and I'm wondering if anyone on this page has experience with Erbatux.  I've heard a lot about Cisplatin as it is used most commonly.  We are having trouble deciding which to go with.  Hoping to speak to some patients who have used Erbatux to see how they did with it. Thank you!   …More…
Type: Tonsil Cancer

imageMichelle - newly diagnosed  I have been newly diagnosed with Colon Cancer in the last month. I have surgery Monday to have the tumor removed and lymph nodes, I have not been staged yet. I guess I am just looking for others who have been through this. I am wondering what to expect, how my recovery is going to go, I have good faith, so I am not afraid of outcomes, just a little anxious about what to expect. …More…
Type: Colon and Rectal Cancer

imageDanell - Round #3 - Loss and Love  Round #3 is over and done.  I am halfway done with chemo which is so nice to know.  Unfortunately, this week as been bittersweet.  My poor Duffy took a turn for the worse and I had to say goodbye.  He was an amazing companion during my first cancer and I had hoped that we would have many more years together.  He truly would have made a great therapy dog.  Calm and comforting and always there to make sure I was …More…
Type: Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma

imagePadmaja - Heading towards Bone Marrow Transplant  I was diagnosed 6 months back with high risk MDS with inversion 3. Was on Vidaza for 4 cycles. That dint work. The blast  % increased and also got a trisomy 8 detected. Was put on induction therapy last month with severe side effects. The blast % looked favorable for a transplantation. Had a conclusive treatment last week (6 doses of Cytarabine). At home now. Netropenic and tired. Heading for the bone marrow transplant next month.  Mentally ready for the procedure but a …More…
Type: Myelodysplastic Syndrome

imageThomas - CapOx info please for new-ish member  Hi pals ... new-ish member Patricia has been diagnosed with "invasive adenocarcinoma on cecum" and is seeking info/advice on the chemo drug CapOx. Please read her latest post here: https://patricia.blogforacure.com/weblog/2018/06/04/0001 Thank you. Hugs to all :*) …More…

imagePatricia - CapOx  Hi Everyone! I had a right colectomy on May 14th, feel I did really well with it and had follow up last week. I was told I am a stage 3, T3 (not certain what that means, there was a lot of information thrown at us), N1 and will start chemo on July 6th. It will be this CapOx. An IV infusion followed by oral medication for two weeks then off a week for 5 cycles. I am just wondering …More…
Type: Colon and Rectal Cancer

imageBrittany - Total junk mode  Hello!  Today I finally get to go home after a two week stay in Seattle. Graft vs Host of the liver struck hard and I’m really struggling with steroid issues. Lack of sleep, major bloat, and some rage. It’s getting better now thank goodness!  …More…
Type: Acute Myeloid Leukemia

imageMigdalia - CELL FOOD   Has anyone used CELL FOOD to help them treat their cancer?   …More…
Type: Stomach Cancer

imageDeborah - Oncologist Yesterday  We went to our oncologist appoinment yesterday and found him to be helpful and hopeful despite the unfavorable scan results and Roger's harsh reaction to treatment.  He said he would like to treat the cancer for 2 months and scan again, to see if there is benefit.  He also ordered a smaller dose.  We asked what the expected benefit would be versus no treatment.  He responded 6 months without treatment and with treatment it would be doubled.  I'm not sure if I …More…
Type: Pancreas Cancer

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