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I take Claritin starting the day before chemo. The day of I take late in day after my treatment. I receive my shot the day after chemo and the bone pain is bad on the 2nd day after the shot. It was...
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  • Tue Aug 20, 2019 ·
So good to hear about a successful journey with MDS! So you are now about my age 67 and doing good. I was just diagnosed this June. When I get in my 70’s when they will determine if I’m a candidate...
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  • Sun Aug 18, 2019 ·
Hi, I'm Alan E B.
Rituxan has destroyed my life. I was in 6th hour of my initial infusion of that chemo drug when SHTF. I convulsed and they filled me with benedryl and Medrol after immediately stopping the infusion...
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  • Tue Aug 20, 2019 · Like1
Hi, I'm BARBARA A S.
Take a look at this website, input your information and discuss the result with your doctor. https://breast.predict.nhs.uk/tool This is a tool to show you the change in your survival given your d...
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  • Sun Aug 18, 2019 · Like1
I'm Paula J L., and I'm a survivor of Lung Cancer
Thank you so much for sharing this. I have Calmoseptine Ointment to relieve bug bite itching. I now know I can try it for this purpose also.
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  • Tue Jul 30, 2019 ·
Hi, I'm Betti
It was recommended I do 5 years and I finished it a year ago. I have 2 friends diagnosed in the last year that were told they'd need it for 10 years. I never really had any problems with it.
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  • Mon Jul 8, 2019 · Like1
Hi, I'm RH Ridolf
If they mis-diagnos and your cancer is the type that will not respond to Radiation you are in for a shock at the end of your treatments...
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  • Mon Jul 1, 2019 ·
Hi, I'm DragginFeet
It worked for me: the anti-nausea seasickness bracelets available for your ocean cruises kept me from having to take any of the prescribed anti-nausea medicines. I wore two of them (one on each ...
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  • Sun Jun 23, 2019 · Like1
I have been diagnosed with T3 rectal cancer and just started my treatment. I am taking oral Capecitabine (Xeloda) 500 mg. I take 6 of these daily combined with radiation at the treatment center. I...
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  • Wed Jun 19, 2019 ·
I'm Joanne E A., and I'm a survivor of Stage 2 Breast Cancer
I have just finished cycle 5 of 8 of Xeloda. Breast cancer spread to bones. I have developed the hand foot syndrome. Aside from my hands and feet getting dark and sore with some peeling, I have ...
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  • Mon Jun 10, 2019 ·

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