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Hi, I'm Randik
Jim you there?
  • about 9 hours ago · Like5
Hi, I'm Randik
I do not know if anyone here can help me but I recently had a blood work up done as I was feeling tired. I had a bone marrow biopsy back in 2014 was told had precursors for Leukemia . So I was goin...
  • about 9 hours ago · Like1
I'm Craig W., and I'm a survivor of Lung Cancer
I'm 39 year old male, 9 months post op after top right lobetcomy, I still have some very mild pain that's controllable with over the counter Tylenol. Walking has helped. My surgeon told me it could...
  • about 12 hours ago ·
I'm LYNNE, and I'm a survivor of Stage 4 Breast Cancer
I am on Xeloda, an oral chemo. I've been on it a year and a half and my hair has thinned but it's still there. I'm growing till this treatment stops working (it's to my waist now) and I have to go ...
  • Thu Nov 26, 2015 ·
Good morning young lady. I totally understand your fears and concerns, so does Jesus. I'm here for you to be your friend and walk along side you through this journey together. It won't be fun, but ...
  • Wed Nov 25, 2015 · Like2
Hi, I'm Giovanna
Wendy, I'm so sorry that you are having such a difficult time with your treatment. But you are strong, stronger than you know. Your doctors will never give you more chemo than you can take safe...
  • Tue Nov 24, 2015 · Like1
Hi, I'm Sonya M W.
I will add to the above that I - and many of my bc friends - have had fabulous success by using Effexor, available by prescription. It has reduced hot flashes and helped me get through the many oth...
  • Tue Nov 24, 2015 · Like2
I'm Gloria B., and I'm a survivor of Esophageal Cancer
My thoracic surgeon removed a portion of my esophagus and the top portion of my stomach to remove the cancerous tissue. He and his robot pulled the remaining portion of my stomach up to my chest a...
  • Tue Nov 24, 2015 ·
Could be lymph fluid as well.
  • Mon Nov 23, 2015 · Like1
I'm Martha M., and I'm a survivor of Stage 3a Breast Cancer
I had my port put in my chest before my Chemo treatments started. My port was put in at a slant up next to my collar bone. It was difficult and painful every time I had to have it accessed. Ther...
  • Mon Nov 23, 2015 · Like2

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