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Treating Low Malignant Potential Ovarian Cancer Experiences

Low Malignant Potential Ovarian Cancer Experiences

  • Hi, I'm NANCY A K.

    Uterine Cancer

    Choosing a care team
    Added Nov 26, 2014

    I was very fortunate to find Dr. Rodriguez…She is a wonderful Doctor and a very caring individual.

  • Hi, I'm Eva J H.

    colon migrated to liver

    Choosing a care team
    Added Oct 7, 2013

    My cancer srated in my colon and went to my liver, it isn’t operable so far I have cheo every month since august 2011 . I am so tried of people hang in there it will get better,I could just scream. They just don’t knowhat it feels like to struggle everyday to get out of bed. I have donated my body to science (whole body) for medical purposes ma…

  • Hi, I'm Edmund P T.

    Lung Cancer

    Living with cancer
    Added Sep 25, 2013

    Dr. gave me something new for pain and its doing a great job on the pain but making me unable to stay awake. Hopefully I will get used to it and can function without the pain. !st time in 3-4 months I am not feeling some degree of pain.

  • I'm RoseDiana, and I'm a healthcare professional

    Post Vulvar

    My diagnosis
    Added Apr 27, 2013

    I had Vulvar Cancer, excised 2004; So happy to have survived.
    The surgery, Right Hemivulvectomy, has left me with an obvious defect. I’ve also had Bladder uplift, and followed by Rectocyle repair. I’m a Nurse. I’m a woman who would like to meet compatible men.
    In a pickle. MDs have said things like "you will be able to have intercourse, may b…

  • HI YALL I'M REBEL TOM

    LIVING WITH MELANOMA STAGE 3 SINCE 2014 NOW 2016 PROSTATE CANCER FOUND

    Living with cancer
    Updated Apr 28, 2016

    AS. MY DR CALLS ME HIS MIRACLE MAN MY TARGET THERAPY YERAVOY GAVE ME A 20 PERCENT CHANCE WILL IM IN THAT PERCENTAGE I HAVE LEARNED TO LOVE LIFE AND FIND WHAT MAKES ME DO THAT I AM A TURKEY AND DEER HUNTER BEING IN THE WOODS HEALS THE SOLE AND ALSO I AM A OLE 70S BIKER RIDING FAST WHEN CONDITIONS ARE RITE HELPS MY SOLE ALSO IF YOU DON’T RIDE YOU …

  • Hi, I'm Susan S.

    Proton Radiation for breast cancer

    Evaluating treatment options
    Added Mar 19, 2016

    I was diagnosed with Stage 2a breast cancer in September 2015. While preparing to receive traditional external radiation after my partial mastectomy I learned, from a friend, that there was another option for radiation…Proton Radiation therapy. Further research indicated that it was definitely an option for me. Proton therapy uses proton beams…

  • Stage4 *Poorly Diferentated Small Cell Neroendicrine Carsinoma of All Sites. :(

    "Its Not Curable, I'm Sorry, I Cant Make It Go Away"

    Telling family & friends
    Updated Jan 8, 2016

    Friends & Family I am sadly writing this to all of you to let you know that I have cancer. Yep, SUCKS! If you know me, you know I am special. That wacky loud over the top hyper crazy do anything probably been on your nerves special.
    Well now I am even more special.
    I HAVE A SPECIAL KIND OF CANCER….MY CANCER IS BADASS !!!
    It’s Name Is: Po…

  • I'm rgaiti, and I'm a survivor of Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer

    Up Yours, Cancer

    Going through treatment
    Added Dec 24, 2015

    I had never given much thought to the nature of my demise, should that ever occur. However, if I had conjured up a list of potential causes, cancer would not have even been considered for consideration.
    However, if it had appeared on my list as one of my potential executioners d’ jour, it would have been in the quest of completeness, not becau…

  • Hi, I'm Monica M P.

    Planting A Seed

    Going through treatment
    Added Dec 15, 2015

    I was diagnosed with breast cancer which has spread throughout the bones of my body in July of 2012. I have run the gauntlet of all treatment types over the years and am new to this area as the majority of my experience took place in Memphis. This is am excerpt from my journal – a pastime I highly encourage all survivors to try since you never k…

  • Hi, I'm Bonnie H N.

    Breast Cancer and Lymphedema my Journey

    Just some thoughts
    Added Nov 21, 2015

    I was diagnosed with breast cancer in 1996, I was 39, it was found through a breast reduction and I was in stage 1. I did not have a 2nd opinion, I was at a good hospital so I just did what the doctor’s told me to do. I was so scared. I had radiation, I had “27” lymph nodes removed and 5 years later developed lymphedema in my left arm. What …

Favorite Low Malignant Potential Ovarian Cancer Experiences

  • Cancer - The Secret Change

    Living with cancer
    Added Jan 31, 2015
    This article, so very well written by a practicing oncologist, is superb! Dr. Salwitz truly captures the feelings that I (and probably thousands of other cancer patients) have. Cancer does suck! My cancer is rare. It grows slowly, but it grows. I do not “look like I have cancer.” I hear so often,“You really look great.” The problem is I …
  • I'm Gloria Becker, and I'm a survivor of Colon Cancer

    I Care - Please Read

    Just some thoughts
    Added Jan 7, 2010

    LISTEN TO YOUR BODY
    You’ve probably heard this before; however, it meant little to me until I was the one being told, " You have colorectal cancer." If you are experiencing something out of the ordinary, such as pain or discomfort that will not go away, call your doctor.

    OBTAIN FAMILY MEDICAL HISTORY
    This can be a useful tool for yo…

  • I'm Miriam W. and I'm in treatment for Stage 2 Triple Negative Breast Cancer

    Preparing For Battle

    What I've learned
    Added Mar 9, 2013

    The first thing to do after you are diagnosed with Cancer, is to remember to BREATHE! It is a scary and daunting situation. You probably have a million questions and will have another million that you haven’t even thought of yet! Your feelings are perfectly normal.
    What you may not know is that there have been many advances in treatments and …

  • Stage4 *Poorly Diferentated Small Cell Neroendicrine Carsinoma of All Sites. :(

    "Its Not Curable, I'm Sorry, I Cant Make It Go Away"

    Telling family & friends
    Updated Jan 8, 2016

    Friends & Family I am sadly writing this to all of you to let you know that I have cancer. Yep, SUCKS! If you know me, you know I am special. That wacky loud over the top hyper crazy do anything probably been on your nerves special.
    Well now I am even more special.
    I HAVE A SPECIAL KIND OF CANCER….MY CANCER IS BADASS !!!
    It’s Name Is: Po…

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