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Une
Diagnosed with NSCLC 4B Sept 2020. - Completed 4 treatment cycles every 3 weeks of chemo & immunotheraphy with (Cistplatin, Pembtrexed and Pembrolizumab) - my molecular markers were negative so I did not qualify for any targeted ...
Lacey_Moderator
We hope you can join us! This is a great opportunity to view digital stories of our community members! Including Kim1961 's story of breast cancer and how she found her courage and Lacey_Moderator' s story of grief and loss. First ...
Lacey_Moderator
A few years ago a member shared that they don't make resolutions they make a list of things they want to do or accomplish for the year ahead. For example 21 things for 2021. Then you have the year to check them off. For example: 1. Walk twice a ...
AngelaC
I can’t believe it’s been a year since my diagnosis and surgery.   I finally got into physical therapy in October and have been going weekly to work on congestion under both arms, fascia and shoulder work. Slow but sure, I have a lot less ...
Joana
Hi everyone,  I'm very happy to announce that the first episodes of the Bouncing Forward podcast are finally published, with more to come in the next weeks.  In this podcast I talk to fellow survivors about what helped them make it ...
Ginbo2
Wondering if anyone else with advanced bone mets is struggling with playing sports? I was diagnosed at the age of 42 in 2015 (mastectomy, chemo and Rad) been on Tamoxifen and Letrozole until the cancer spread to bones in Nov 2019. I’m now ...
Elsie13
Will you be getting an annual flu vaccination? I keep hearing on the news that demand for the flu shot is much higher this year. That makes total sense. If people get sick with flu like symptoms, they won't know if it's flu or Covid-19. So ...
Nicky01
I was told on October 8 that I am now cancer free and that I need no treatments but a little problem surfaced I had developed something I was told is very rare....a lung hernia for which I had surgery yesterday to get it fixed I was having all ...
MCoaster
Since having a bilateral mastectomy last November and a "tidy up of wings/dog ears  three months ago I am experiencing problems with "disruption of the lymphatic system' as my therapist calls it. My original scar also is adhered to my ...
Lacey_Moderator
Have you finished treatment? Post below as a symbol of ringing our virtual community bell! Please include the type of treatment you had and the date you finished!  A continuation of this great thread that had over 200 posts!:  ...
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