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Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma Stage 3 Grade 3

  • 2017-01-18
  • I am new to site. 2 years ago I was diag with Non Hoskins 

Lymphoma small B cell stage 3 Group 1-2 follicular cancer

i was on a watch status and every 4 

months I saw the staff for evaluation at CTCA in Philadelphia Pa

at about 18 months into this I kept telling the doctor I was not

feeling well and requested another Pet Scan and was told I have last one a year ago so a new one was not necessarily. After several weeks of complaining the doctor said she was tired of my complaints and

arm pain during chemo

While receiving chemo for lung cancer I never had a port or was offered to get one they used my right arm for a total of about 10-15 chemo sessions and while having radiation I had chemo every week, I got through both chemo and radiation fine and was never sick until the first round of everything was compelted and I was given about 4 weeks off without any treatment, and then I started feeling a dull ache in my right arm where I got all but one of the chemo treatments because I had a nice fat vein that could be used over and over again by my wrist.  One morning I woke up and couldnt move my

Our Journey with MAC

January 15, 2017

Lower jaw removed

Has anyone had their jaw removed and reconstruction not been successful. My 82 year old mother is just recovering. 

 

Playing the hand I'm dealt

Newbe here but not to RCC.

6 years ago, at age 54, I was diagnosed with a right renal mass. After three urologists told me to have surgery ASAP, I let Mayo Clinic in Arizona take a stab at it. (Plug for Mayo here; they are very very good at what they do). The doctor went in with robot surgery and at my request tried to save part of the kidney. Unhappily this was not possible so he performed a radical nephrectomy and also removed three lymph nodes. Next night the pathology report was back. Renal Cell Carcinoma, Chromophobe, 7.5 cm tumor, Furman level 3. T2a, N0M0.

Not sure why I'm here

Cry

First time blog

This is my first time I am an ovarian cancer survivor life after cancer has been strange don't know any other way to explain it. You go through your treatment and everybody keep you updated and you get so much attention and then when you're done it just seems to all go away. I've had a hard time adjusting to that my cancer to come back in my brain I had a tumor and had to see a different doctor for that and now it's like I don't know which doctor I go to I still get my MRI at Shadyside and I get my cat scans at magees. Sense Sue has left I feel like I have no one to talk to.

OK Here goes....

I've recently been diagnosed with stage 3 colon cancer. Currently I am taking pills and doing infusion bi weekly within 60 days of having surgery. For a 6 month treatment plan........ I live alone and am greatful that no one is around whilst I'm miserable. The neropathy? is the worst, after the throat thing (cold drinks) next would be the fatigue. My mind has great plans every morning. My body just wants to lounge. I have about 3 tolerable days out of the 2 weeks..... Anyone have suggestions, comments, solutions to the side effects I'm experiencing??????

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What Happened when Healed?

Vitamin e succinate turkey tail mushroom cimetidine

My brother was diagnosed with prostate cancer mid November  had a PSA of 20.2 we are now down to 2.8 as of January 3rd have been treating him with these different things (9 grams tuke tail ,800mg cimetidine, 400 mg curcumin, 10,000ui vitamin d3,8Oz pomegranate juice 1600 ui vitamin e succinate ) he started enzalutamide and was on it for 10 days at that point his PSA was 15.8 and dropped to 2.8 is it possible enzalutamide could cause a drop that drastic in 10 days we had seen a five-point drop in his PSA before any hormone were started my question is does anybody have any knowledge as to how

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