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imageNathan - Week Two Done  This has been an interesting week.  About mid week my wife had horrible bloating and cramps.  Those lasted about three days and Weds. was a hard day.  I haven't seen my wife in that type of discomfort in a long time.  The chemo is going good, as long as she keeps on taking the nausea meds.  The radiation of coarse was the reason for the uterus to cramp and fight but she has been lucky to not have burns yet.  …More…
Type: Colon and Rectal Cancer

imageDan - 3 Years Post Treatment Update  It's been awhile since I've last posted and have been meaning to return to the blog recently.   My latest scans (lung x-ray only), scopes, and bloodwork all look good!  I'm feeling pretty good too.  The only thing that has me worried at all is a rapid heartbeat (almost every time) when I wake up from sleep or a nap.  I read hyperthroid can cause this, but my TSH looks good.  Anyone else have this? Taste has returned 98%.  I like almost …More…
Type: Tonsil Cancer

imageLinda - Thinking of "You" at the March for Science Thinking of
Type: Anal Cancer

imageKaren - New to this Blog  Hello Everyone- I have never been on a blog before. I have been looking for a way to connect with others.  My cancer was 4 years ago, but I never talked about it.  I never told anyone.  I ran away to a place where no one knew me and thought I was safe.     I would love to hear from someone.   Thank you.    …More…
Type: Thyroid Cancer

imageNeal - eleven lines  you live in my heart my heart that beats 86,400 times a day and with each beat of my heart the resonance of your memory pulses pulses through me to share love to touch other's hearts so they too can feel your love that is still alive I hear you in the wind I feel you in the rain I see you in the clouds and in the stars you are with me in every breath …More…
Type: Pancreas Cancer

imageNeal - Cooking class,voices in my head, work in progress  I need to talk about the cooking class.  It seemed like such a simple thing to do, register for a cooking class.  Ten minutes away in a nearby town, it was closeby and convenient.  I registered about ten days ahead of time, put it in my phone calendar, and let it slip into my unconscious mind. I kept reminding my self during the day on Thursday so I would not forget, because on some level, I had an inkling that going …More…
Type: Pancreas Cancer

imageRoderick - My Family PhotoMy Family Photo
Type: Colon and Rectal Cancer

imageNathan - Cramps and Bloating  My wife is well into her second week of pelvic radiation.  The chemo has been kind to her, but I see that the radiation is starting to build up in her.  It obvious that her uterus is not liking being placed into the microwave xray or what ever it is and is not going down without a fight.  How long will she experience the cramps and bloating?  Any suggestions on what she can do to help wtih this side effect? …More…
Type: Colon and Rectal Cancer

imageHarry - Anyone experienced second liver resection?  I had my first liver resection in December 2014 and a couple months ago the doctors found out it had come back, just on the edge where they first did the cutting. It is still at early stage and they plan to cut it again next month. Is there someone who can give me some information what to expect, what to avoid or anything at all I need to know for my second resection? …More…
Type: Liver Cancer

imageRick - Going strong after 7 years cancer freeGoing strong after 7 years cancer free
Type: Colon and Rectal Cancer

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