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bevh2021
My husband and best friend found out a month ago that he has the above. He suffers excruciating back pain and he is having trouble eating. He feels often that he wants to throw up but very little happens. He faces his second chemo treatment ...
NickytheCanuck
Well what a week it’s been. Steven (Nudge) has been a true superhero this week. Nine plus hours of surgery on Monday and he’s healing well and the team seems happy with his progress. The Drs said they were very aggressive with the ...
NataHat
Hi, folks! Has anyone had any luck scoring an antibody test for your loved one who received a COVID vaccine during chemo, to determine whether they had an immune response? My mother is finished her treatment (will find out late August if ...
Refuge33
I was just purusing listings for spas innwest Ottawa and came across this listing. I have never heard about spas offering skin treatments, etc for oncology patients. If I knew about this I might have been able to get my wife a spa ...
DJC001
Back in May I joined this group to be able to share the process we're going through with the return of my wife's breast cancer after a 17-year hiatus. This time, in 2019 it had reached stage 4 before being discovered, and we are living with ...
Trillium
The leaves in a stream is one of my favourite guided meditations and there are many versions of it. This one is very calming. https://youtu.be/exLaebgFO_8
Missy8
Hello Everyone, I just wanted to post an update and to thank you all for your support. You have helped this journey be easier than it would have been otherwise. For those of you who had read my last post and commented, even though I didn’t ...
NickytheCanuck
My dear husband has a rare form of malignant melanoma. His initial tumors were in his cheek and temple. Never on the skin. He has had several surgeries to remove the tumors, undergone immunotherapy and radiation. Immunotherapy was ...
DJMa
@DJMa My daughter went in for laparscopic surgery to remove her 12cm cyst,that grew to 15cm in 3 months, last Monday. The surgeon said it look funny and did a quick biopsy that showed it was a serous boarder line cyst. She took some omentum ...
Missy8
Hi all, Big Hugs to everyone! I have been reading so much of what you all post, life has been really busy so I haven’t been able to reply as much as I would like to! I guess I am looking for suggestions from people that have been in similar ...
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