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Archives for December 2011
My mother was diagnosed with metastic bone and lymph node cancer, but the primary could not be found. She had two rounds of chemo and radiation, which kicked her butt. She is 77 years young and was very active. We took a break from the chemo and radiation. It has been about 7 weeks since the last treatment. She has been…
metastatic rectal cancer to the cervical bone
i usually am on the colorectal discussion board but wanted to ask a question here..has anybody had or heard of mets from rectal cancer to spine?
So Confused Someone Please Help
Ok it started with my arm hurting severly only in forearm. Went to the doctor and they gave me a shot of cortizone and ran an x ray where they saw a mass on my ulna. Then had MRI ran and was told radius was swelling and covered in calcium deposits the ulna is hollow and has a mass . Then sent for nuclear bone scone where i…
"treatable but not curable"
Last month I was diagnosed with osteosarcoma. At first I was told I'd get chemo and surgery, but after more scans I was told that my case was likely not curable, but it was treatable. Is it normal for an oncologist to give such hopeless news? And has anyone out there been given similar news? I'm only 24 and I'm otherwise…
does this sound familiar with anyone? ok, stage iv breast with mets to all of the bone-my husband. He is in constant pain, hard to control. 43 and needs a walker to get around. Keeps falling. lost over 100 lbs in 2 years. Chest hurts, bones ache so until he can't ride in a car. Hard to sit down. Barely moves. Stop eating.…
Bone cancer in the foot?
Hello all, I am coming over here from the lymphoma board as I am worried about a lump I feel in the top of my foot. I am 7 months in remission from hodgkins lymphoma, and have been having pain, and tingling in my left foot and leg. It has now become swollen as well. I can feel a small lump on the top of my foot where it is…