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Brain Hemangiopericytomas Experiences

  • Cervical Cancer

    My diagnosis
    Added Aug 1, 2017

    Hi my name is Katrina Diaz I am 38 years old. I was diagnosed with Cervical Cancer November 27th 2015. December 2015 I had a radical hysterectomy which biopsy was done and it showed negative signs of cancer. Then in July 2016 my cancer came back more aggressive and bigger than before. So I did chemotherapy every Monday for 6 weeks, external radi…

  • Hi, I'm Semper73

    Colon Cancer

    My diagnosis
    Added Dec 25, 2016

    I was diagnosed Stage 3 in 2011. Had a right hemicollectomy (16") and went through 12 doses of FOLFOX (and a DVT). Thought we were done.

    I was diagnosed Stage 3 in 2012 (the cancer returned at the anastomoses). Another right hemicollectomy (8") and 12 doses of FOL FIRI (and multiple PE’s in all four quadrants). They checked to see if I ha…

  • 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.

  • Hi, I'm Kris J

    6 month check up

    My diagnosis
    Added Mar 13, 2020

    So I finished treatments last August and had a six month check and showing cancer free… praise God..
    Still have some brain fog on days and learning to deal with after effects of radiation area. Having had anal cancer radiation set full on menopause into effect the hot flashes are the worst.. trying different things to get through this part of…

  • statanalytica

    My diagnosis
    Added Feb 22, 2020

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  • Hi, I'm calltutors

    assignment help

    My diagnosis
    Added Feb 22, 2020

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  • hello I amMonkeygirl

    Breast Cancer

    My diagnosis
    Added May 25, 2019

    I wondered from time to time what I would do if I ever came Uppitylady1? with a cancer diagnosis. When I did find out I had breast cancer the news was delivered by a gentleman with his hand on the door knob who I felt. couldn’t<t get out of the room fast enough. That<s ok with me I wanted to leave too.
    My thought about what to do mexy took me a…

  • Moderation in all things...including moderation.

    Climbing the Cancer Mountain

    Going through treatment
    Updated Apr 15, 2019

    On the off chance that it may help someone else, I have published a personal memoir of my cancer treatment experiences. You can find it at the following link:

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  • 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
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  • Hi, I'm Peggy J C.

    Alway have HOPE!

    What I've learned
    Added Aug 22, 2018

    In June 2018 I celebrated my 20th year as a survivor. What a struggle and blessing!
    Never give up HOPE!

  • 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 …