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Would love to hear individuals experiences with PET or Animal therapy as part or an overall treatment and recovery strategy for cancer. https://news.cancerconnect.com/treatment-care/healthcare-is-going-to-the-dogs-and-other-pets-BNlhT_rIfUWki7MHpj8iyA/ C[...]
HiAfter reading some of the posts I am impressed with the positive support and attitude ofthis group throughout. I wish you all the best.
I had what i thought was a case of laryngitis that wouldnt go away after 4 weeks. I went to see an ENT and after a couple[...]
My Stepdad, Sammy has Stage 4 Laryngeal Cancer. He was just diagnosed about 1 month ago. Unfortunately, he doesnt have insurance. Everywhere we've turned for help has denied him. Now, we are awaiting MD Anderson Cancer Center's reply. If they don't accept him and if we can't raise $125,000+ then [...]
Does anybody know who can laser this off? I've called original surgeon, ents, dermatologists, dental surgeons......no one knows anyone on the west coast that can help. Could use a name that can help. Frustrating. Quality of life is horrible. Thanks for ANY help. [...]
Hi, I was diagnosed with squamous cell carcinoma of the sinus cavity stage 3 November 7 2018, and also was told they found a brain aneurysm. Had massive heart attack on july 25th 2018 also. Had surgery to remove the left inside of face. Sinus cavity teeth, upper left pallet. [...]
Several posts have recently suggested Ginger can reduce chemotherapy associated nausea. Anyone have any experience with this? https://news.cancerconnect.com/treatment-care/ginger-supplements-reduce-chemotherapy-induced-nausea-3B6rHRbu9keWrwgbJujyTQ/ [...]
I have been treated for the past year with laryngeal cancer ( T4 N2 supraglottic and hypopharyrx squamous cell carcenoma. I have had chemo for 7 weekly treatments staring in February. The 3 tumors in my neck decreased in size which was deemed very positive. Then I had daily radiation [...]
Hello all . I an new here but not new to Cancer . I had NHL 10 years ago and was treated with Rituxan and Chop . Now I am in my 5th week of treatment with is radiology and chemo . I have to say that I am struggling [...]
Hi I am coming up on my fourth immunotherapy at MDA in Houston. I am finding that I am having to unlearn some of my expectations with experiences with chemo since immunotherapy is different and at this point easier.
I have had small skin rashes, another level of fatigue, and other[...]
Dec 8, 2018 · @charles · Tissue Agnostic Genomic Based Treatment--Share Your Thoughts
I wanted to share a recent blog about the FDA approval of a 2nd "tissue agnostic" cancer drug. All patients should understand this emerging shift in how cancer can be treated. Its happening quickly, will create confusion, take awhile to be incorporated into how doctors evaluate and manage a cancer, [...]