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I'm Roman Mail, and I support someone with cancer
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  • Tue Nov 6, 2018 · Like2
I'm JackieR, and I'm a survivor of Other Cancer
Okay, correction, it did not make it a clickable link. You'll need to copy this link and paste it in your browser. https://www.facebook.com/CancerDidntDefineMe/?modal=admin_todo_tour
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  • Tue Nov 6, 2018 ·
Hi, I'm Betti
Actually I hit submit before reading what I wrote. The Fosamax I took one pill/week but some dosages are every day.
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  • Sun Nov 4, 2018 ·
I'm Dena, and I'm a survivor of Stage 3 Rectal Cancer
Hey Mike, thank you for reaching out. Your story really did help me and I really appreciate you sharing with me. That is so awesome to hear you are 10 years free of cancer. That definitely helps me...
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  • Sat Nov 3, 2018 · Like1
Hi, I'm Brenda
Has anyone out there had 5FU treatment for vaginal pre cancer? I’m wanting to know what the side effects if any there were?
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  • Tue Oct 30, 2018 ·
I'm Elanora Brown, and I support someone with cancer
<div style="text-align: justify">It is usually said through experts which drug addiction is really a family illness. Perhaps you realize exactly what which means. Perhaps among your members of the ...
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  • Tue Oct 30, 2018 ·
Hi, I'm Melanie S.
It is a very difficult decision to make. I also had invasive lobular in 2012. Had mastectomy, chemo, radiation, and was HER2 positive so also had a year of Herceptin. I took Tamoxifen for about 2 1...
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  • Sat Oct 27, 2018 ·
Hi, I'm FRANK C H.
My husband has been diagnosed with CML and is to start sprycel tomorrow. He is currently on Nexium and the specialty pharmacist advised me it could interfere with the absorption of his sprycel. Any...
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  • Thu Oct 25, 2018 ·
Hi, I'm AndreM
Good Morning have you tried Ondansetron? It works for nausea and diarrhea. I take 15 mg morphine twice a day for pain. I hope this helps. I have stage 4 colon cancer and now looking for ways to com...
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  • Thu Oct 25, 2018 · Like1
Hi, I'm BRUCE P G.
Hi Carol! Thank you so much for responding to my post! I liken the stoma to a bellybutton, there are “innies” and “outies”. Most, I understand, are outies, which is good. Mine happens to be an in...
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  • Thu Oct 25, 2018 ·

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