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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…

  • 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 …
  • Hi, I'm John P H.

    cystectomy male

    Overcoming fear
    Added Dec 8, 2014

    I had a cystectomy in July, three weeks later I had chemo. it has really take me down. I could not eat. nausea, vomiting. I took marinol 2.5 for eight days for apetite and now I see doublle. been that way for 6days. when will it stop

  • Hi, I'm NANCY B.

    Nancy Bromley

    Choosing a care team
    Added Nov 30, 2014

    Living with MBC. NEW TO ME. HELP NE COPE

  • Lesson's Learned

    What I've learned
    Added Nov 17, 2014

    A spiritual book full of life lessons written by a 67 y/o physician with stage 4 neuroendocrine cancer….

    http://www.bookemon.com/book_read_flip.php?book_id=410457

  • My Journey With Cancer

    Living with cancer
    Added Nov 17, 2014

    A spiritual book written by a 67 y/o physician with stage 4 neuroendocrine cancer… Do you believe in miracles?
    Go to:
    http://www.bookemon.com/book_read_flip.php?book_id=304569

  • I'm Naturalhope, and I support someone with cancer

    Natural Hope to benefit Cancer Patients

    Going through treatment
    Added Sep 4, 2014

    In 1996 our mother, Linda Marie Venzon, was diagnosed with stage four ovarian cancer. The doctor had given 6 months. She took many forms of chemotherapy and with the proper diet, extra tips and positive attitude we were able to have her for 10 great years.
    She had numerous different types of chemotherapy, in which it was found out that her canc…

Favorite Low Malignant Potential Ovarian Cancer Experiences

  • 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 …

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

    Diagnosis Anniversary

    Overcoming fear
    Added Mar 22, 2013

    March 21, 2013

    One year ago today, I received the news that no person ever wants to hear . . . “You have cancer”. My outward calm was the antithesis of my inner turmoil. The questions swirling around in my head were asked but went unanswered. Why me? Is this real? There must be a mistake! How could this happen? Am I going to die?

    Du…

  • Hi, I'm LaurieA

    Well, it's cancer.

    My diagnosis
    Added May 30, 2011

    My surgeon was standing on the other side of the room with his back to me when he opened the file and delivered the news. I’d had a lump for 3 years that everyone believed was just scar tissue because it varied from invisible to benign looking on all the tests. I finally insisted they just take the darn thing out so I’d stop worrying about it….

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