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mobz
Posts: 3
Joined: May 2001

Mike & Michelle are new participants from New Mexico. Mike was diagnosed with squamous cell carsinoma in February of 2000,
a full treatment schedule has been implemented. We would like any conversation.

sweter3
Posts: 6
Joined: Oct 2000

Welcome to the group.
Treatment for this can be difficult and frightening, but you can beat it. Never quit fighting and you will win. Good luck.
Tom (sweter3)

oneill407
Posts: 7
Joined: Dec 2000

I also have squamous cell carsinoma (unknown primary). Study the trials. I decided on radiation only because the Cemo doesn't work will with this type of cancer. I pray they found and removed your primary.
God Bless Dan

oneill407
Posts: 7
Joined: Dec 2000

I also have squamous cell carsinoma (unknown primary). Study the trials. I decided on radiation only because the Cemo doesn't work will with this type of cancer. I pray they found and removed your primary.
God Bless Dan email oneill407@aol.com

okiesurvivor
Posts: 1
Joined: Feb 2004

My husband has the same squamous cell in the tonsil, they removed tonsil and did radiation thereapy then another surgery to remove lymph nodes. That last surgery was last March and he is doing much better now. Has a terrible time with dry mouth and does everything they tell him to but it really bothers his eating. Do you have this problem?

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