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    I want to hear your story. Remission after stomach cancer, wow. I have stomach cancer in the lining of my stomach they see slight improvement each time they do a scan, but do have some on my colon area. Congratulations, more birthdays to share!

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      I had MALT Lymphoma in my Right lower lobe (Lung)... treated with radiation....then 9 months later stomache pain and MALT Lymphoma was again found in my stomach, where it had made 3 ulcers and another small tumor on a lymph node on the outside lining of my stomach. I had a lot of tomotherapy radiation, which closed the holes made by the cancer ulcers, and killed(?) the growth on the outside lining. A lot of nausea with stomach radiation, but I'm doing very well right now! How about you?

      over 3 years ago
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    Oh No: Has anyone out there experienced bloating of your stomach/abodmen area. Seems that each night I come home and have to lay down with a heating pad on my stomach. My stomach and abodmen area are hard and I dont' know if it's from the fluid or just digestion of my food. By morning I feel better and stomach is a little bit more flexible and soft but come night time, it starts again. I have been faithful to my Gluten, wheat Free diet. Any thoughts or suggestions? I do have a call into my clinical nurse to see if there is something I'm missing.

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      Had my stomach/abdomen drained the day before thanksgiving and they removed 2.5 liters of fluid. Felt like a new person with no side effects. Doing much better and so far no return of the fluid. Still on active chemo treatment, doing ok, just keeping a positive attitude. Take it easy over the holiday

      almost 4 years ago