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Living with Prostate Cancer / Re: What can I expect?
« Last post by sam_m1 on April 11, 2019, 03:35:15 pm »
It is not fun for sure. Expect a lot fo time on the couch and find a good show to binge
GBM (glioblastoma multiforme), here are important and prominent treatment options that I can provide to fight against GBM:

Care Oncology: http://www.careoncology.com
Syrosingopine: https://edoc.unibas.ch/54765/1/e1601756.full.pdf
Perillyl alcochol: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5769394/pdf/ol-15-01-1263.pdf
Gallium maltolate: https://www.gallixa.com/GAMReferences/chitambaretal2018.pdf
Living with Prostate Cancer / What can I expect?
« Last post by Phil10 on March 21, 2019, 03:10:11 pm »
Ive been reading a lot about wat I cant expect with a prostate biopsy, and all i know is discomfort. Can someone explain from thir account what they experienced? sometimes the internet aint enough
Cancer Research News & Studies / Top 10 questions you MUST ask your oncologist
« Last post by danialthomas on March 12, 2019, 03:12:46 pm »
Cancer is a serious and terrifying disease. If you have been diagnosed with cancer, your mind is probably filled with fear, worry, and questions. Therefore, it is important to talk openly and frankly with your oncologist. And to better understand your cancer and your treatment options, it is imperative to know WHAT to ask. If you are determined to beat this disease, you must go through this Blog link for a better evaluation.


Nothing can be taken lightly especially when its something like cancer.
Living with Colon Cancer / Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month
« Last post by happyholly on March 05, 2019, 10:02:23 am »
Hey gang,
Its colorectal cancer awareness month, so I figured I would share this event cancer health just posted with everyone! Its a pretty cool idea. https://www.cancerhealth.com/article/national-colorectal-cancer-roundtable-80-percent-in-every-community
Living with Liver Cancer / Re: Nexavar sideeffects
« Last post by lauren76 on February 25, 2019, 10:29:26 am »
hi -- my husband recently received the nexavar treatment. overall, he’s doing alright, however he did experience some side effects. in the beginning, he gt a rash, sore feet and was often feeling dizy. i would say that the most significant side effect he experienced was loss of appetite. i mean, he’s lost over 30 pounds as a result to tking this mediCation. the support seestem he’s had while on this medication has made the side efects all the more Manageable.
Living with Liver Cancer / Nexavar sideeffects
« Last post by fitnessmom on February 11, 2019, 03:34:21 pm »
Hellloo Cancer community. My mother was diagnosed with stage 3 liver cancer, and was told she only has 6 months to a year to live. The only medication she was given was Nexavar. We would like to prepare for any side effects, so could anyone share their experience with this drug?
Living with Lung Cancer / Re: hair advice
« Last post by Maddie459 on February 04, 2019, 04:18:18 pm »
What are your sisters thoughts? If her confidence is there I say why not!? Bald is beautiful :)
Living with Lung Cancer / hair advice
« Last post by Wallie on January 29, 2019, 02:46:21 pm »
My sister has done 3/4 of her infusions and is about 80% balding. Do you think she should just shave it or try to salvage what she has because it is not all gone. If we shave it all off will it grow in better? Im a guy and need some women perspective. Help a guy out!
Cancer Prevention and Risk Factors / Re: Skin protection
« Last post by Maddie459 on January 24, 2019, 05:35:02 pm »
Yearly checks can be super important. If you feel you or your child need to go to a dermatologist you should definitely go for it. There is no harm in taking precautions!
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