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Hi, I'm Mimi
I have numbness in my fingers and toes which is bothersome. My daughter got me some gummy bears call (relax gummies) and the sales girl gave her a free sample of cream which I rub on my finger tips...
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  • Tue Mar 19, 2019 · Like4
Hi, I'm JohnDavid
I just posted this to a similar discussion so I’m posting here, too I just bought my first medical marijuana products a week ago. I’m trying full spectrum CBD oil capsules with 10 mg THC, which ...
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  • Sat Mar 16, 2019 · Like4
Hi, I'm Giovanna
Hi Megpie, I'm sorry that you are having a rough time right now. My husband had a rare stage 4 Sino nasal undifferentiated carcinoma 4years ago. He had surgeries, two different chemotherapy drugs ...
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  • Sat Mar 16, 2019 · Like2
Hi, I'm Betti
There is a hairdresser in my area that when her mother was diagnosed with cancer and lost her hair added to her beauty shop an area to get wigs. She has lots of styles and colors, I assume they ar...
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  • Tue Mar 19, 2019 ·
Hi, I'm Angelo J A.
My prostate was removed in March 2018, after biopsy revealed Gleason score of 7. Unfortunately, the margin was positive and psa started to rise from May to June, up to .18. Casodex for 90 days fro...
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  • Mon Mar 18, 2019 ·

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Hi, I'm Jagangel
Anyone out there taking Venclexta? Dr put me on it and my white count remains very low.
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  • Mon Mar 18, 2019 ·
I'm CarrieMay, and I'm a survivor of Stage 3a Breast Cancer
Post #29, I used ice during my chemo on my fingers and toes and I got a little bit of finger and toe tingling, but that was it. Now that my chemo is over (finished two months ago) it’s all gone and...
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  • Mon Mar 18, 2019 ·
I would be concerned
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  • Sun Mar 17, 2019 · Like4
Hi, I'm Debbie
I have not seen any discussion about primary peritoneal carcinoma. It is treated the same as ovarian cancer, but is very rare. I had four rounds of carboplatin/taxol. Next I had surgery to remove a...
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  • Sun Mar 17, 2019 ·
I'm CHERYL E., and I'm a survivor of Breast Cancer
My diagnosis, test results and timing are very similar to yours. Everyone’s situation is unique and decisions are personal. They found microscopic ductal cancer cells in my margins from the lumpect...
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  • Sun Mar 17, 2019 · Like2

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