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How Does Immunotherapy Work Against Cancer?

If you happen to be at the start of your battle with cancer, or if you know somebody who is, here are a few things you should know about immunotherapy.

My background and history

Virtually my entire family has passed from come form of cancer, with the exception of my maternal grandmother who died from complications of a broken hip at the age os 98. 

My maternal grandfather was a heavy drinking "abusive" alcoholic, implicated in the death of at least one of their children (infants), and passed away before I was born.

My mother was a "heavy" smoker and developed a soft tissue small cell Carcinoma  which metastasized and eventually killed her at 77, dispite all the "treatments" she underwent. 

Uncertainity and Loneliness

Finding very difficult to cope with this  uncertainity. I had undergone breast cancer treatment last year. Now i have a cyst in one of the ovary and have a 2cm gall bladder stone. Life after diagnosis and during treatment was not so easy. And as of now  I am feeling very low and lonely, dont feel like talking to anyone, as if no one can ever understand what I am going through. I am unable to live a normal life with this new normal life.

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Renal Cell Carcinoma in My Transplant

I am a 61 year old female and had still have my original kidney transplant from 30 years ago in 1990.  I have just been diagnosed with a "1.1 cm complex cystic lesion with a nodular enhancing component in the mid/lower aspect of transplant kidney is suspicious for a cystic cell renal cell carcinoma" found on an MRI.

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Anger

I am my grandpa's caregiver, and I don't mind taking care of him he raised me and didn't have to. I am angry that people claim to care when it suits them and when they want people to feel sorry for them. My grandpa is dying and I know this, he has a son that doesn't come see him and grandkids that don't come see him.

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September 30th was my five year anniversary!

When I woke up on September 30th, 2020, I literally started to shake. I told my husband it was the fifth anniversary of my hysterectomy. Then I started to cry! I MADE IT!! When I was first diagnosed, I read the statistics that said I would most likely be dead before celebrating this milestone. When I started on this board, there were four other women who were diagnosed about the same time as me with UPSC. They are all gone and I'm still alive! I don't know why I made it but they didn't. It's not like I had some magic formula.

post mastectomy surgery

Hi, this is Mary.   I'm going to have an one side mastectomy surgey.   I'm 68 years old and live alone.   I would like to know if I am able to take care of myself after I'm released from the hospital.    Thanks.

What is cardiovascular System

The cardiovascular framework is once in a while called the blood vascular or basically the circulatory framework.  It comprises of the heart, which is a solid siphoning gadget, and a shut arrangement of vessels called corridors, veins, and vessels. As the name suggests, the blood contained in the circulatory framework is siphoned by the heart around a shut hover of vessels as it passes over and over through
 
 
 
 
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Inflammatory Breast Cancer 4

Dont really know what to say, too much to think.

God will heal me.

what is impossible for man is not impossible for God.

still not able to swallow

Finished treatment aug 13 .neck has healed well no more burning but not  able to swallow  nothing not water food or even dry swallowing trying to do the excerises they have giving me but most are swallowing excerises when i try it is like my body has forgotten how they tell me it takes time but iam starting to wonder has anyone eles had this problem and if so what did you do any info would help thank-you

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