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Vocal Chord Cancer aftermath.

I was diagnosed with cancer of the Vocal chords in 2011. In fact my ENT orginally said "It's either warts or canncer. And you'd better hope it is Cancer, that we can trat while warts keep coming back.

Well it's now 5 years later and my ENT is just about to cut me loose.

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When cancer returns

Initially when one receives news of a cancer diagnosis it is shocking, sudden, and seems unreal. The second notice that less than a year later the cancer has returned is even more of all that and then some. Along with those things there is a constant voice that says "give up" , but even with that ever present voice there is also faith. Faith says," Never give up, have faith in God."

So I am choosing to follow the 2nd voice.  Where , when, and how it will end only He knows. One thing I do know regardless of what the future holds He is with us all the way.

Wilms Tumor

Immunotherapy treatment and clinical trials for Primary Peritoneal Cancer

In need of feedback about immunotherapy and clinical trial experiences for PPC.  Please share.

Thank you,

Christine

Retroperitoneal Liposarcoma - 1st entry

Ok, so as of today I am a new member. I am not much of a blogger but would like to know if anybody knows much about the survial rate of this. I know we are not doctors and we all must have confidence with our oncologists but being diagnosed with this sarcoma kinda frightens me. A 10 pound tumor in my abdomin was removed with my left kidney and part of my colon. I just had a CT Scan and shows no cancer residual but will see my radialogist oncolgist to begin treatment to make sure all cells are gone. I am so scared of this. Please tell me this does not hurt.

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First Blog

SOOO this is my first blog and I am really excited to have found this network. I am new so I am not sure how this really works but I want and I NEED to vent about my disease to people who have actually shared my experiences. Family and friends are AWESOME but there is something about sharing your feelings with people who have been there. I also am excited about sharing my support for you guys because I know how important support is for anyone going through this special type of HELL.

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About me

I am a Lymphoma survivor. Diagnosed in July 2011 and have been in remission for 4 years!

Walking in my 3rd Relay for Life this Saturday 23rd April!

I feel strong and healthy!  Love my life with my family and friends

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The woe-is me ramble

 

 

What's the odds I'd get back with my first love & long time high school boyfriend at age 36 after 16 years apart?

What's the odds I'd come across him & all the same feelings were there?

What's the odds we each had never been married & still believed we were soul mates?

What's the odds we'd end up getting married 02/20/2016?

What's the odds we make the perfect pair?

What's the odds of him having two amazing kids when I had been unable to have any?

Jeppe26

greetings to u all was diagnoised with liposacoma on my right  the thigh which was removed surgically in july 2015 I was advised by my sergeon not to under go radiation treatment as this would make it difficult to operate again should there be a reocurence exactly 8 month later I felt the same symptoms on the same place as before after having a MRi done it was confirmed that the tumor has grown back again and they also picked up two new nodes close to the groin had to under go a second opp to remove the tumors im still recovering as its only 2 weeks since I got discharged from hospital can

RIGHT LATERAL ORBIT LESION IN THE SKULL

I AM A 79 YEAR OLD CANCER SURVIVOR, CURRENTLY ON MY 4TH ROUND OF CANCER. I HAD PROSTATE CANCER IN2001, METATASIS BONE CANCER IN 2012,METATASIS THROID CANCER  IN 2014, AND AN UNNAMED CANCER - 2015, FOR WHICH I AM CURRENTLY RECEIVING LUPRON INJECTIONS, WITH ALL OF THE NASTY SIDE EFFECTS. i ALSO HAVE A VERY LONG LIST OF OTHER MEDICAL PROBLEMS, TOO LONG TO LIST HERE.

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