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    GregP_WN wrote on wheezer's wall

    Hello and welcome, we are happy to have you with us. Please feel free to join in the conversations. Here is a link to our cancer dx page for your type of cancer. Take a look at it to get you started on some information. You will notice at the bottom of that page 4 of our active users who have had that journey already, you may wish to contact them for their experience and wisdom. Also, I encourage you to go to the questions page now by clicking on the questions tab at the top of the page and post what is the most pressing issue you have right now. This will introduce you to the community and get you started on the help you need right now.


    There are also subtypes listed on this page to narrow down the type of cancer to match your dx. Also, if you can take a few minutes and fill in some details of your journey so far, it will help others as they try to answer questions for you, it also helps others as they search through the data base to find someone like themselves. Confirming your email will allow you to receive updates and notices from the site when someone answers your questions or writes on your wall.

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    mistymaggie wrote on wheezer's wall

    Hi, I had sc lc about 4 1/2 years ago. 4 sessions of chemo and 14 radiation treatments-Have been cancer free for 3 years Thank God-Had open heart surgery to replace my Aorta valve-- All with the help of GOD with Prayers from my caregivers and expert Doctors-Bless the caregivers especially my Wife- I have checkups every 6 months from my Oncologist - Always have constant HOPE and never give up - We are sending Prayers your way BLESS

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    LiveWithCancer wrote on wheezer's wall

    Hi Wheezer, welcome to WhatNext. I am glad you found us here. I think you will find us a fun, informative, supportive group. There is every personality here and someone from all schools of thought on fighting cancer.

    Please let us know if we can be of any help. We will answer questions (when we know the answer), lend support, cry or laugh with you....

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    BuckeyeShelby wrote on wheezer's wall

    I hope things are getting better for you and am glad you are/were under a therapist's care. It's hard getting that cancer diagnosis. Wishing you all the best.

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    wheezer shared an experience

    Other Care (every three months CT Scan and also phy/chi/a/trist ): I was having thoughts of suicide.

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    • LiveWithCancer's Avatar

      I am glad you sought help from.a professional. There were times during the worst of chemo when I wondered if it wouldn't just be easier for it all to end. I didn't really think of killing myself, other than by stopping treatment, but, for sure, fighting cancer is not for sissies!!! It is hard!!!

      4 months ago
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    wheezer shared an experience

    Side Effects (Fatigue (tiredness))

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      It's two years post treatment and my husband is still exhausted. There are many days he says he could sleep all day.

      4 months ago