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Lacey_Moderator
Trying to live well and stay as healthy as possible can be hard when cancer is part of your life. A wellness plan can make you feel better and more in control of your health. It is a set of actions that you can take to help you feel your best. It ...
Buffythevampire
I'm not sure what forum to post this under but thought this was the most appropriate. I am finished all of my cancer treatments (except for taking Letrozole) and soon will be going for my 4th covid vaccine. I'm immunocompromised the ...
Otterjam
I thought I would throw out a question on paperwork. I have amassed a huge file of paperwork over the past 4+ years related to the whole cancer journey (invoices; tax stuff; insurer stuff; letters; physician stuff; health records, ...
DSJ
I never know what category to post things like this so here's hoping nobody minds. The quiz on alcohol and cancer came via a Medscape subscription and I thought it worthwhile to share with this group. It is very informative. (Not sure how ...
tenplay
After many chemo and radiation treatments for my Stage 4 non-Hodgkins lymphoma, I have lost a lot of weight and cushioning in my derriere area. Sitting long hours on my sofa cushion watching TV and reading, I am often in excruciating ...
Ariadne
There’s been a few good resources shared here recently about the changes in life and energy levels after treatments, and I wonder how people communicate that to their network, how to ensure you’ve got the time and space to heal and, ...
Jackwb
From today's Globe and Mail Let me say for the record that I’m glad I’m not dead. Really glad. I’ve avoided the worst-case cancer outcome, knock on wood, but dodging that bullet doesn’t mean I’m fine now . Cancer patients never really get ...
Sadie12
As I find myself heading back to employment, I am questioning myself about how much to share or not about the reason I've been off for the last 18 months. Management knew that I was leaving because of cancer, but many of my colleagues don't ...
AniD
It’s been 2 years since my last chemotherapy and radiation treatments for breast cancer and my eyelashes and eyebrows have never really come back as full as they were before I lost them. I am contemplating micro blading, but I also ...
TripleNegative
I found this group today. Thank you for being here. I was diagnosed with triple negative cancer a year ago. I had the red devil chemo and stopped after 6 treatments because I found I couldn’t breath. I was told I had damage to the lining of my ...
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