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akotke
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Joined: Mar 2011

I dont know if anyone remembers me from several months ago. I am about ten weeks out of rads and had my first pet scan show the cancer is gone. I just wanted you all to know that i have stalked this sight throughout my treatment and have come here time and time again to reread your posts for encouragment. I dont think i would have gotten through without it. Im eating ok and starting to gain back some energy. I also went to church for the first time in several months today and it was like coming home. Anyway im a part of this club now and intend on being more vocal to help others the way ive been helped. I dont know why this had to happen but i know what i can do with what ive been through and thats helping others. Thanks again. You all are more than heroes to me.
Angel

VancouverGirl
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Joined: Mar 2011

10 weeks yahoo.... good for you!!!!! How are you doing with side effects?

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akotke
Posts: 37
Joined: Mar 2011

Side effects so far are dry mouth of course although its not as bad as i expected, sore throat especially after eating but it doesnt last long, fatigued more easily, a little jaw stiffness, and a few sore spots in my mouth. I never lost my taste except sweets but that seems to be coming back. I guess the only one im worried about is the dry mouth but thats because i am a praise and worship singer and i worry it will effect my ability to sing. It has been a far worse trip emotionally than physically.

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Skiffin16
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Joined: Sep 2009

Glad you survived the beating you've been going through and came out victoriously....

Looking forward to seeing you more often.

Best,
John

Kent Cass
Posts: 1898
Joined: Nov 2009

Awesome, Angel. Sounds great- like you're another winner in the fight against C. Awesome.

kcass

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Jimbo55
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Joined: Jun 2010

Why this had to happen to you, or anybody else for that matter, is not important. What is important is that you made it through and are here to talk about it. That is a great accomplishment. Congrats and Cheers.

Jimbo

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fisrpotpe
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Joined: Aug 2010

We all here enjoy hearing any updates like yours. Congrats on you huge success, looking for your updates for many years to come.

John

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adventurebob
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Joined: Jun 2010

I remember you. So happy to hear of your success. Glad to have you back with us.

AB

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sweetblood22
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Joined: Jan 2010

Good to hear from you, so happy you are done and have made it through. Wishing you wonderful days ahead.

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luv4lacrosse
Posts: 1410
Joined: Jul 2010

Good to see you back. I think "lurking" is commonplace once you start to recover and feel like you want a sense of normalcy to return. I am glad to hear you are recovering well.

Best!!

Mike

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hawk711
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Joined: Jan 2010

Angel
You will only get better and better every week. I remember week 10, I was still dizzy, queezy, and not very healthy at all.....Give it amother 10 weeks and you'll see what a difference it makes in your health.....Congrats on the successful completion of H&N treatment 101. It isn't for the faint at heart!!

all the best,
Steve

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Greend
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Joined: Feb 2010

Gald you made it through.

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