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Hi, I'm Cheryl A S.
Thank you so much for all of your stories. I was wondering if anyone has come across these results. My biopsies showed HPV negative but P16 positive. My doctors are telling me it is still treated ...
  • Sun Nov 22, 2015 · Like2
Hi, I'm Daniel B.
Also new to this, 56 years old. Can't help but being scared. Could be worse, diagnosed Stage 3B nsclc had 2nd round of chemo yesterday alimta and carboplatin. Side effects were not too bad, just ex...
  • about 17 hours ago · 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...
  • about 18 hours ago · 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...
  • about 21 hours ago · 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...
  • about 22 hours ago ·
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
Did it help with fatigue?
  • Mon Nov 23, 2015 ·
Hi, I'm Judith F.
I have been on Arimidex for the past 3 years but when I started I had joint pain and hot flashes like solar flares which was 10x worse then when I went through menopause. So I took matters into my ...
  • Sat Nov 21, 2015 ·
Hi, I'm Judith F.
Hey ladies, it is true not all chemo patients lose their hair as it depends on which drugs you are taking. However most breast cancer patients take the same type of drugs which will cause hair lose...
  • Sat Nov 21, 2015 ·

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