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I am a 40 year old female living with a metastatic lung cancer. It was diagnosed in December 2014. At that time the examining doctor told me its a stage IV. 

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My father has been diagnosed with HCC in Nov 2015, he underwent a TAC procedure and has been prescribed Sorafenib. Kindly advise if there are other long term users os Sorafenib.

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Chemo Brain - Looks Like I've Just Joined One Big Forgetful Family

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Dr Sylvie Delanian radiation Induced Lumbar plexopathy

Dr Sylvie Delanian

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Hi every one i was diagonis with anal cancer they said it was t2with sign in the lymth notes and now they are checking in thr gion.they think its there now. My treatment starts in a week. Im 49 and i have alot of health issues already im in cronic pain and have ibm. They tell me it going to be pain full i ask about a bag because every one in my family have died from cancer im scared.

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Article on Radiation Induced Lumbar Plexopathy for Chris's Cancer Community

Fourteen years ago I was successfully treated for Uterine Cancer, grade 3, I had a radical hysterectomy, followed by 28 sessions of radiation. This was followed by appointments for the next ten years and during that time there was no sign of cancer. Mine was a success story except for the Lymphoedema that started, in my left leg, immediately after my treatment ended. This was as a result of removing 22 lymph nodes, in the groin area, followed by radiation.

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Facebook group for Radiation Induced Lumbar Plexopathy

 

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Radiation Induced Lumbar Plexopathy

In 2001 I was diagnosed with Uterine cancer. Treatment was a Radical Hysterectomy followed by 28 radiation sessions. Immediatly after treatment my left leg began to swell with Lymphoedema, which can be a side effect of the nodes being removed during surgery and the follow up radiation.

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