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Hi, I'm Betti
When I was discharged after my carpal tunnel surgery the clinic gave me a couple of cans of ginger ale just in case I had any nausea.
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  • Wed Jul 17, 2019 · Like3
Hi, I'm Betti
It was recommended I do 5 years and I finished it a year ago. I have 2 friends diagnosed in the last year that were told they'd need it for 10 years. I never really had any problems with it.
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  • Mon Jul 8, 2019 · Like1
Hi, I'm RH Ridolf
If they mis-diagnos and your cancer is the type that will not respond to Radiation you are in for a shock at the end of your treatments...
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  • Mon Jul 1, 2019 ·
Hi, I'm DragginFeet
It worked for me: the anti-nausea seasickness bracelets available for your ocean cruises kept me from having to take any of the prescribed anti-nausea medicines. I wore two of them (one on each ...
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  • Sun Jun 23, 2019 · Like1
I have been diagnosed with T3 rectal cancer and just started my treatment. I am taking oral Capecitabine (Xeloda) 500 mg. I take 6 of these daily combined with radiation at the treatment center. I...
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  • Wed Jun 19, 2019 ·
I'm Joanne E A., and I'm a survivor of Stage 2 Breast Cancer
I have just finished cycle 5 of 8 of Xeloda. Breast cancer spread to bones. I have developed the hand foot syndrome. Aside from my hands and feet getting dark and sore with some peeling, I have ...
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  • Mon Jun 10, 2019 ·
Hi, I'm Nancy S.
i also have an issue with the bathroom i know what I can't eat and when I craving something I shouldn't have i usually do it at home. When I go out i only eat half and never try anything new. I hop...
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  • Sat May 25, 2019 · Like1
Hi, I'm AUSTIN J B.
While I wasn’t on those specific drugs I started on another pair of braf inhibitors called braftovi and mektovi and had tremendous results. I started on them back in 2014 when I was diagnosed with ...
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  • Sun May 5, 2019 · Like1
Hi, I'm Jesse U.
My stage was IV (April 2012) and radiation and chemo was recommended and is working. Follow your doctor's advice. God Bless you, Jess
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  • Sat May 4, 2019 · Like3
I'm Michele5382, and I'm a survivor of Stage 2 Breast Cancer
This sounds close to what I’ve been dealing with. I have Invasive Ductal Carcinoma ER+ HER 2-. I’m Stage 2, tumor grade 3, had lumpectomy and two lymph nodes removed, clear margins. My oncotype s...
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  • Sun Apr 21, 2019 · Like1

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