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Hi, I'm Wendy D H.
BALD IS BEAUTIFUL! My friends have sent me so many hats. I prefer them to wigs and after 2 of 5 scheduled infusions I feel great. So what that I’m bald. The worst part was having it fall out over ...
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  • Tue Feb 12, 2019 · Like4
Hi, I'm Wendy D H.
Have you tried OxyContin? The long lasting one helped me through the worst pain
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  • Tue Feb 12, 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 Wendy D H.
My neuropathy also is almost gone. A combination of Lyrica, Gabapentine and Accupuncter
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  • Tue Feb 12, 2019 · Like2
Hi, I'm AG girl
I had horrible reactions to Ibrance and dropped 45 pounds in 60 days I had to get off of it after the first month. Couldn’t eat or swallow. Nurse practitioner couldn’t understand. I believe bec...
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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
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 CYNTHIA S.
Is there any option of immunotherapy drugs? Or is that the clinical trial? Call Cancer people and ask them for current info. Also, emergingmed.com has clinical trials available for many, many cance...
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  • Sat Jan 26, 2019 · Like3
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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