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Non-Melanoma Skin Cancer Experiences

Skin Cancer (Non-Melanoma) Experiences (filtered)

  • GIST Sarcoma (gastrointestional stromal tumor) & Thyroid Cancer

    My diagnosis
    Added Aug 10, 2014

    I was diagnosed with two cancers four months apart after 5 years of severe anemia, fatigue and many hospital stays for gastrointestinal hemorrhages. My anemia is fully resolved since my GIST tumor was removed and I am much better. I am still trying to get the thyroid medicine sorted out after the thyroidectomy. It’s hard not having a thyroid now…

  • I'm Lonnie, and I'm a survivor of Stage 3 Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma

    Lighting Strikes Twice

    My diagnosis
    Added Mar 27, 2014

    Slam. Bam. Lighting strikes twice. Prostate Cancer diagnosis on 26 Feb 2014. Unrelated lymphoma diagnosis on 12 Mar 2014. Next scan for farther diagnosis on 2 April 2014. Have been waiting for treatment for over a month. Going from one biopsy, to another, to another diagnosis. Familiar story to many but new to me. Hoping to get started …

  • Hi, I'm Francee S E.

    Response to shaved head

    My diagnosis
    Added Jan 19, 2014

    I have many baseball caps, for warmer weather, and have so many knitted hats for colder weather. I also had fun buying hats at Kohls when they were on sale. My mantra thru all this is that it is temporary. My hair will grow back. I am thankful I have a curable disease and all my side effects will eventually disappear. You need to put things…

  • I'm garrett andrest, and I support someone with cancer

    The day my world came crashing down

    My diagnosis
    Added Dec 17, 2013

    September 2012 my aunt was diagnosed with stage 4 non-hodgkins lymphoma. I remember the day my mom telling me I just came home from school my mom started crying and I asked her what’s wrong and she told me that my aunt had cancer. Being 15 years old I really didn’t know what cancer was I knew you could get rid of it the only other person I knew …

  • Hi, I'm Greg

    multiple myeloma

    My diagnosis
    Added Oct 10, 2013

    I am a 58 year-old man who was diagnosed with multiple myeloma a little over 1 1/2 years ago. Since then I have received chemo, radiation, multiple bone marrow aspirations and two stem cell transplants. Now I have the return of light chains as well as monoclonal IgG and IgM protein spikes. To add to my disease process I have had a significantl…

  • Hi, I'm Lissy

    my contact

    My diagnosis
    Added Oct 6, 2013

    As a patient w multiple myeloma and being so young this situation has been so hard, but I feel much better now.
    my e mail is psicopedagogiaholistica@gmail.com

    and I recomend to visit this webpage so you can have some important information about this amazing product I am taking.
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  • Hi, I'm David J.

    Multiple Myeloma

    My diagnosis
    Added May 29, 2013

    My father had the same disease. I have recently been diagnosed and am looking for all who share the same diagnosis. What changes have you made concerning health, diet, exercise? How is you treatment?

  • I'm billie489, and I support someone with cancer

    small cell cancer in stage 4

    My diagnosis
    Added Oct 9, 2011

    mostly aches and pains

  • Hi, I'm LaurieA

    Well, it's cancer.

    My diagnosis
    Added May 30, 2011

    My surgeon was standing on the other side of the room with his back to me when he opened the file and delivered the news. I’d had a lump for 3 years that everyone believed was just scar tissue because it varied from invisible to benign looking on all the tests. I finally insisted they just take the darn thing out so I’d stop worrying about it….

  • I'm Michelle Rickaby, and I'm a cancer survivor

    The Best Christmas Gift Ever

    My diagnosis
    Added Dec 15, 2010

    I’m not a fan of Christmas presents that cost a lot of money. I don’t get involved in the mall shopping hustle and bustle. I love to hear Christmas music and see all the beautiful lights but am not part of the billion dollar shopping hype. We’re always trying to think of gifts we can give that have a more important meaning than material things….

Favorite Skin Cancer (Non-Melanoma) Experiences (filtered) Experiences

  • Hi, I'm Sidney G C.

    Non Hodgkins B-Cell Lymphoma, Stage 4

    My diagnosis
    Added May 5, 2013

    Hi, I am Sid Cole. After the second needle biopsy on the tumor in my abdomen, I was diagnosed with Non-Hodgkins B-Cell Lymphoma Cancer, Stage-4 in June 2012. I was very sick from February 2012, until this diagnosis in July 2012. I had seen many doctors, many times, in the Military Facilities on Hill Air Force Base, Utah, the Veterans Affairs Cen…

  • Hi, I'm Billy R M.

    Young and Scared

    My diagnosis
    Updated Oct 13, 2014

    It was slightly more than a month before my 18th birthday. I was headed to the hospital for a colonography for what was thought to be bleeding hemorrhoids, this being the result of blood in the toilet after a bowl movement. I wake up from the colongraphy to my Father, mother and sister gathered around me crying. They explained that I was just…

  • Hi, I'm lung20

    lung cancer stage 3b

    My diagnosis
    Added Jun 23, 2014

    I was diagnosed with nsclc stage 3b may 2013. I went from alternative to conventional and eventually integrative treatment. im 49 years old with two kids ages 12 and 15. I was given 2 months to live but im still kicking!

  • A Thyroid Cancer Fighter working on Living Life

    My Cancer Trip

    My diagnosis
    Updated Jan 12, 2010

    “Your case is… interesting.” This is the last thing you really want to hear a doctor say to you… ever. But especially not when “you’re case” involves 4 years of battling a type of cancer that is supposedly the “best” cancer to have, and the “easiest” to treat. It is a statement that ranks right up there with the radiologist who said, “Man,…