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birdiequeen
Posts: 329
Joined: Mar 2011

Well the results are finally revealed. My husband has Renal Cell Carcinoma now. He is a 1.5 year survivor of Esophageal Cancer. We have been so concerned it was going to be a reoccurrence that hearing it was Kidney Cancer was in a strange way a relief. He will have to have another surgery, no chemo or radiation and survival rates are near 100%. They caught it early and it is non aggressive cell type. So glad to have the results and know what we are dealing with. The bad new is he could have a syndrome that causes multiple cancers to form, but we will cross that bridge if that is the case. If it is the case….it is hereditary and our children would have to be monitored. But again, we don’t know that to be the case and I’m not going to go there now.

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TerryV
Posts: 916
Joined: Jul 2011

So sorry for the diagnosis, but so pleased that it isn't an EC reoccurance! Sure like the sounds of a near 100% survivable and non-aggressive cancer. Makes for good odds.

Wishing your husband another success story!

You are in our prayers.

{hugs}

Terry

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paul61
Posts: 1163
Joined: Apr 2010

I guess it really gives us a perspective of how serious esophageal cancer is when they tell us "it is cancer but the good news is that it is not a recurrence of esophageal cancer". I am glad that the prognosis is so positive. Hopefully the surgery will be minimally invasive and he will be back to doing the things he enjoys quickly.

Best Regards,

Paul Adams
McCormick, South Carolina

DX 10/22/2009 T2N1M0 Stage IIB
12/03/2009 Ivor Lewis
2/8 through 6/14/2010 Adjuvant Chemo Cisplatin, Epirubicin, 5 FU
Two year survivor

Life may not be the party we hoped for, but while we are here we might as well dance!

bingbing2009
Posts: 179
Joined: Feb 2011

Sorry to hear about the cancer, but sure glad it's not an EC recurrence! Sending lots of hugs and prayers your way!

Melinda

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JReed
Posts: 463
Joined: Nov 2011

It does suck to have another form of cancer - one is plenty. We have a friend who has kidney cancer and he has done very well with the treatments he has had - over 4 1/2 years now.

Sending you all big hugs and wishes for a Peaceful Easter. You know we're all pulling for you guys and will be waiting to hear what his treatment will be. And we'll also be hoping that he doesn't have some predisposition to cancers and that your children will never hear the 'c' word for themselves.

Hugs and FEC,
Judy

jtebo1955
Posts: 46
Joined: Apr 2012

I had kidney cancer in 2008. Same thing 99 percent cure..then 2010. EC cancer. I have heard of a couple others. Too. Makes me wonder what the link is. Must be one.

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birdiequeen
Posts: 329
Joined: Mar 2011

That is enough to make one think, Hmmmmmm. I had not logged on to this site in weeks and then when I did I find your reply to an April post, Hmmmmmmm.

Hang in there!

Lee Ann

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