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Hi, I'm Susan Douglas
Dear Post #21, thank you for sharing the blog! Interesting story you have written; I read most of it as it's long and my time is short. DCIS stage 0, two lumpectomies, 20 days of radiation and then...
  • about 3 hours ago · Like4
Hi, I'm John H R.
Thanks, Cindy. I like your advise and know that I shouldn't hurry things. Golfed this weekend and now have a burning sensation in my left chest. Don't think I've injured anything but have decide...
  • about 11 hours ago · Like1
Hi, I'm Judith F.
Carole, sorry that nobody responded. I started Arimidex just over 5 years ago. I too, had severe hot flashes and joint pains. I was offered Effixor (sp?) which is said to help alleviate some of th...
  • about 12 hours ago ·
I'm Judyanne, and I'm a survivor of Stage 4 Kidney (Renal Cell) Cancer
Hi, This is my first post. I had a radical nephrectomy of my right kidney in 4/2016. Had my first CT of lungs on 1/13/18 which showed multiple scattered pulmonary nodules measuring up to 7mm. R...
  • about 17 hours ago ·
Hi, I'm Artful1
Marian Medical, and I use the word Medical lightly, is not the best place to go for any treatment.
  • about 19 hours ago · Like2
I started out with diagnosis of Polycythemia Vera in 2011, then changed to Myelofibrosis 2 years later. I wish I had been better informed, because I think I would have advocated for interferon as o...
  • about 20 hours ago ·
Some interesting information I have read about recently: Thermography testing can "see" the body at the cell level which can discern abnormalities in the body even years before current diagnostic t...
  • about 21 hours ago · Like3
I am sorry to hear this news. All of it. But getting right at the diagnosis hopefully will give you peace of mind to tackle it. I am trying to wrack my brain on what avenue, which doctor, where to ...
  • about 21 hours ago ·
I'm SusanM, and I'm a survivor of Stage 3 Colon Cancer
Thanks. I don't know yet what's planned after my folfiri. I guess that will depend on my scans. Good luck!
  • about 24 hours ago · Like1
Hi, I'm Lynn
Unfortunately there really is no way to tell until they scan you. Sometimes if a lot of pain is involved and you start to feel relief that can be a good sign. Another thing to keep in mind is that ...
  • Sat Jan 20, 2018 ·

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