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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 ·
I'm sophie, and I support someone with cancer
The skin on my neck is reacting very sensitively to my hair color, makeup wipes, and color removal wipes. I got RAI about a week and a half ago. Not sure if it's just a coincidence or if it's the R...
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  • Mon Aug 17, 2015 ·
Hi, I'm Katie and I'm a Survivor!
Suggest we keep encouraging young women to get their smears done at 21 or even earlier if vaginal infections occur or are sexually active. The UK has their guidelines set for smears to be done a...
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  • Thu Jul 3, 2014 · Like2
I have neuro endocrine small cell cancer of the vagina
I have neuroendocrine small cell carcinoma. I had a lump that I believed was a cyst. It was removed by surgery. This was in October, There was no reason for anyone to believe that it was anything ...
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  • Wed Aug 17, 2011 · Like1
I have neuro endocrine small cell cancer of the vagina
What a wonderful post...so full of truth and emotion. LiveStrong to you OCWarrier
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  • Wed Aug 17, 2011 · Like4
I'm Mary Smith, and I'm a healthcare professional
According to medical guidelines, only about 10% of breast biopsies should be done surgically, with less invasive needle biopsies considered sufficient in most cases. Yet a study in Florida found 30...
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  • Wed Feb 23, 2011 · Like1
I'm Mary Smith, and I'm a healthcare professional
I've read many stories where people with colon cancer have begged the questions - Where were the symptoms? What were the warning signs? How could I not know? For many there are no answers, leaving ...
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  • Tue Sep 7, 2010 · Like1
I'm Mary Smith, and I'm a healthcare professional
The cancer sniffing E-Nose is quite amazing, if capable of doing what this article suggests. Can you imagine a technique, as non-invasive as a breath analyzer, capable of indicating cancer? Althoug...
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  • Wed Aug 11, 2010 · Like1
I'm Mary Smith, and I'm a healthcare professional
Advances in diagnosing cancer are continually in the works, yet this advancement is a little out of the ordinary. A dog's highly sensitive sense of smell has been put to use in identifying prostate...
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  • Wed Jul 21, 2010 · Like1

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