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Momgoingcrazy

Pennsylvania
I was a happy, 28 year old, mother of two and nursing student, when my husband found a lump in my breast. I knew that I should get it checked, but decided I was too busy and didn't have the time to deal with it. Three months later, just after graduation, I finally made an appointment. Although my doctor felt it was probably nothing, he sent me for testing. Those tests revealed that I had a 6 cm...
Communities: Breast Cancer

Kara K.

United States
There are so many C words that make your heart flutter like...couture, cashmere, or better yet closet! But somehow in my 30's, I had completely forgotten about other C words-words that make your heart feel like it has stopped. Words like carcinoma, cancer or chemo. I am a TV personality, producer and designer. I am the creator of an illuminated clutch line called www.solasfashion.com. As a...
Communities: Colon Cancer

maryclaire

California
I was diagnosed with Invasive ductal carcinoma in mid July and had a bilateral mastectomy on Aug 16th.  I awaiting addn't pathology results before the Onco decides on what is the next step.
Communities: Breast Cancer

Reda C. Facebook

Atlanta, Georgia
Dr. Reda Coston, CHS.,.CNC., MH., D.Sc.,N.D. National Spokesperson for Traumatized Victims CEO / Regional Supervisor Operations Media Spokesperson Professional Global Business Law Professional  Primary Medical Healthcare Practice, P.C. Health Care Administration Primary Health Nutritional Services  Professional Rehab Therapy Services Direct Email:...

Kodi Wilson Facebook

United States
Well, we are no celebrities, just a family going through life and it's ups and downs with a special needs child. Our son is diagnosed with Leigh's Disease, a terminal degenerative disorder which is categorized as a mitochondrial disorder... as it eats away at muscle tissue and brain matter. He also has severe epilepsy, developmental delays, cerebral palsy, reflux, lives on a ventiltor and trach...
Communities: Children's Health

paolo vinaccia

California
i'm a jazz musician...world traveller  situated in oslo norway....november last year the doctors found a CARCINOMA  in my pancreas and lever....i had 5 times  cisplatin..72 hrs. continuerly  at each time  they manage to reduce the tumore  but they destroyd my nervs...periferical neuropaty  no feeling in my hand and feet...terrible for my work as a...
Communities: Cancer

Richard

California
Was wrongly DX'd with Stage 1 Grade 2-3 TCC with Carcinoma In Situ present by a local Uro by a sampling biopbsy. Never had blood or mirco blood. Negitive of Cytology. Cystoscopy revealed a non-specific inflamation under my right ureter. This doctor wanted to wait and see for six months. I said no because he mention biopsy which is synonymous in my mind for looking for cancer...Moved to a Major...

clbattle

Alexandria, Virginia
I work as a public relations exectutive in Washington, DC, and live in Alexandria, VA, with my wife, Dena, and two little girls -- Katie and Josie. I am fighting Stage IV Renal Cell Carcinoma, better known as kidney cancer, and am particularly interested in the movement known as patient advocacy. This is particularly true after discovering that few doctors, including oncologists, are intimately...

Ron Sparks

California
My name is Ron Sparks and I have cancer. Sounds like a 12-step program, huh? Being diagnosed with cancer has changed my life. It's been an incredible journey and it's not nearly over yet. Not even close. As a writer, I have a cathartic need to express myself when I am in trouble - so it's no surprise that I blog profusely about my cancer and my recovery. I was diagnosed with squamous...
Communities: Adoption, Exercise, Martial Arts , ...

harleyamazon

Arlee, Montana
I am 39 years old, and was diagnosed on 8/26/09 with invasive ductal carcenoma breast cancer. I underwent a modified radical left mastectomy, and axillary lymph node disection on 9/15/09. (2 of 11 positive nodes, grade 3, stage 2b-3) I am done with 6 of 8 chemos, with radiation and hormonal treatment to follow. "life's journey is not to arrive safely at the grave in a well...