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Hi, I'm Lisa
Can you let me know how the masses were identified. Scans? Endoscopies?
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  • Thu Feb 21, 2019 ·
Hi, I'm Lavelle H.
I started with Gabapentin. When that wasn't working I was prescribed Lyrica which didn't work either. Now I'm back to Gabapentin with the dosage increased. I wasn't aware that you can combine Lyric...
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  • Tue Feb 19, 2019 · Like2
Hi, I'm John E B.
I lost my taste buds the week after I stopped chemo.That was 4 months ago. When will they come back? By the way I can taste liquids just fine just not solid food.
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  • Sat Feb 16, 2019 ·
Hi, I'm Joseph F S.
My sister had her 1st immunotherapy treatment and ended up in the hospital with pneumonia and severe stomach cramps. She is stage IV lung cancer and has tumors on her spine and esophagus. Has anyo...
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  • Wed Feb 13, 2019 ·
Hi, I'm CYNTHIA S.
Thanks Silvia. Having no first-hand medical knowledge whatsoever I was at the "mercy" (and I use that term loosely because there really wasn't any mercy) of the surgeon and his staff. Basically the...
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  • Sat Feb 9, 2019 ·
Hi, I'm Suzette
Hi all! I finished chemo and surgery. My doctor is talking about tamoxifen. I too am concerned about the side effects. Has anyone done research on a natural hormone blocker. May not be effecti...
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  • Mon Feb 4, 2019 · Like4
I'm Rita B, and I support someone with cancer
Hello I am new to this site, my husband was 10 years cancer free and it came back, he is now in stage4 lung cancer he had yearly check up but missed last year and continues to smoke I hate this I ...
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  • Sun Feb 3, 2019 ·
Hi, I'm Charlotte C.
diagnosed with polycemia vera .Have been taking hydroxyurea 2xday or 9 months, bone pain is becoming very servere. has any one one else taking it having the same problem?
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  • Sun Feb 3, 2019 ·
Hi, I'm JohnDavid
Post # 8. I'm in the same boat. 65, stage 4 prostate cancer metastasized to my bones. Lupron, Zytiga with the same side effects. It's been 4 months since my diagnosis. I've loss interest in much, b...
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  • Mon Jan 28, 2019 · Like2
Hi, I'm Betti
Actually they aren't in the vein but on top of it and they use the softened area to put the needle through and into the vein.
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  • Wed Jan 23, 2019 · Like1

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