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Chondro sarcoma

mister
Posts: 1
Joined: Aug 2007

I had a skull based chondrosarcoma surgically removed from behind my right ear in 1990. Another was diagnosed, growing in the same place, in 2000. Surgical removal is not an option second time around. Although only slow growing I have had two bleeds in the last 18 months, one into surrounding brain tissue, the other inside the tumour itself. They say the case is very rare and I am having trouble getting advice. Anyone out there have a similar problem, I would love to hear your advice or comments.

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Joined: May 2006

Hello,

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surgeries_06
Posts: 1
Joined: Feb 2010

I just read your information dated August 2007. You have similar case with me.I have chondrosarcoma skull base. I had 5 surgeries now. I just wish I could read some information from a person who have same situation with me.

Mario4272
Posts: 4
Joined: Oct 2016

Hi,

My name is Mario Fialho.  I was diagnosed with Chondro sarcoma in September 2015.  Another freind of mine was diagnosed with the same cancer around the same time frame.  We worked together at the same bases doing the sdame work around different resources.  As you know CS is an extremely rare form of bone cancer and I think it might be service related.  I am hunting down other survivors that feel like they may have gotten it due to their military service.  Please reach out to me if thats you.  My contact information is here on the site.

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