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sheri22
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just want to knoe if anyone can tell me exp w stage four colon ca I was just dig on thurs had first chemo today

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sheri22
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Yes the different posts I have read gave me a lot of hope. I am just amazed by how much more hope you can get from there who have been there I normally dont go to chat rooms or get on the computor much thank God I did tonight everytime I get down I will remember others are doing this and I will too. cant wait to tell my husband and a few others bout what I have learned here tonight I hope I wll help someone else thru this if anyone wants tovent Ill
be here thanks again for the hope

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maglets
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It sounds like you have been through a lot already Sheri. Welcome to his forum...I'm sure you find lots of info, hope and support here.

Best Wishes,anWELCOME
Mags

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Shayenne
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I'm in the same boat as you.. scared, and just diagnosed and not knowing what to expect from chemo, and thought I was going to die next week..but finding this site actually gave me alot of hope, and alot of wonderful people are here, and have been helping me through this. I still get a little down and scared, but after awhile, you can only feel like that for so long when you want to just jump up and scream "YOU WILL NOT BREAK ME!"

Good luck in your journey, maybe we can both hold hands through this together!

Hugsss to you!
~Donna

sheri22
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I just seen your reply today I definantly relate to everything you said in your reply I had the stage 2 2 yrs ago that wasnt fun but not as scary as this I did the chemo fine that time no sickness only a little tired just did my 1st round for this time mon, so far everythings ok. anyways hope all goes well for you too. we will get thru this crap togather I also have an amazing support team too good actually.but anytime you need to vent Im here
I can listen as good as I can vent and thats pretty good

remember I am here for you too

hugs and prayers for you

Sheri

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maglets
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Hi Sheri.....I am starting chemo on Thursday of this week....this will be my third round of chemo in 4 years and I am still scared like I have never done it before......glad to know you are doing ok.....stay in touch with the forum
Sheri....good to hear you are doing OK

lot of hugs
mags

sheri22
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Mags

I just finished reading your last post third round of chemo that has got to be scary, I know that you are one tough lady and you will win this fight we cant give up
please let me\us know how you are doing with the chemo, Ill be thinking bout you and keeping you in my prayers too

hugs and positive thoughts you won round !&2 and your gonna win 3 too

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lisa42
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Hi Sheri,
I'm another w/ stage IV cancer, although mine was in the rectum, which is sometimes lumped together w/ colon cancer as colorectal, but many doctors are differentiating it lately. Recent studies have shown rectal cancer is becoming more common, but that the number of colon cancer diagnoses is about the same. Anyhow, I've been fighting it for a year and a half now- I'm still here and doing well! I'm on my second time of doing chemo, but I was told "nothing is life threatening and everything seems stable". I'm continuing to fight to get to that "NED" point (No Evidence of Disease)- I will rejoice when I can say that's where I'm at- and I believe it will happen!! My cancer was found, in addition to in the rectum, to be in the liver and in both lungs when I was diagnosed back in Aug. 2007.
It wasn't an easy path to get to where I am now, but I did it and you will too!
Welcome to this board. People here in similar situations care about each other and are very supportive mentally, emotionally, spiritually, and also give some great answers any time I have medical questions about treatments, procedures, side effects, etc.

Feel free to share, vent, answer, or inform anytime. Praying for all of God's blessings to you- you WILL be okay!!
Lisa

pamness
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I was diagnosed stage IIIA but have had odd CEA results ever since. This site has many survivors - I hope you kick the "..." out of this cancer.

Pam

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