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Carcinoid Cancer Discussions

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Hi, I'm Fantasiana
Hi. I have renal cancer and had a large cancerous tumor and most of my right kidney removed in 2010. I have recently been diagnosed with mastitis breast cancer, with a mass within my right breast...
  • Sat Feb 14, 2015 ·
Hi, I'm Dave C.
I was treated for NHL, large B cell aggressive in 2007 with RCHOP. As a added "feature" to being highly allergic to rituximab, I also had neuropathy in both hands, feet. For me, over the years it ...
  • Sun Feb 8, 2015 · Like3
Hi, I'm JAMES H S.
Thanks, My wife made some ground this week with the insurance company. The Dr office was a big help as well. Now we think everything is all cleared up and insurance should start paying again.
  • Sun Feb 8, 2015 · Like1
Hi, I'm Thomas W M.
Sharon I finally was taken off the thinners and on my six mo MRI they found no evidence of tumors or and DVTs. Went through some cardiac issues since then but cleared six more months to wait for a...
  • Sat Feb 7, 2015 · Like2
I'm Ann M V., and I'm a survivor of Ovarian Cancer
I do have ache all my body, my left hand can't lift up special my back really hurt I don't know what I have to do
  • Sat Feb 7, 2015 ·
Hi, I'm Robert D.
My husband had a feeding tube put in before he started his radiation and chemo for stage lV throat cancer. After he had lost the ability to swallow he was on it completely. I pulled out one day a...
  • Sat Feb 7, 2015 ·
I'm dave, and I'm an AML/MDS cancer survivor
My understanding is that they have to do additional microscopic work to count the number of blasts as compared to the number of normal blood cells and they then obtain the percentage from this. Th...
  • Thu Feb 5, 2015 · Like1
I'm Cheryl Norman, a breast cancer survivor
I wouldn't put too much stock in this. It's a theory. I know plenty of cancer patients who spent their first fifteen years in a rural area.
  • Sat Jan 31, 2015 ·
I don't have to go thru iv chemo. I have to take an oral chemo pill called sprycel everyday for the rest of my life. I'm doing well all things considered. I'm sorry that your Dr failed to tell you ...
  • Thu Jan 29, 2015 · Like2
Hi, I'm Elizabeth S.
Good morning. I was diagnosed with stage 2 BC in 2013, had partial mastectomy & reconstruction as well as 6 lymph nodes removed...cancer was in three. Had 30 rounds of radiation, had a severe react...
  • Mon Jan 26, 2015 · Like1

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