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Hi, I'm Starla
I'm sorry to say that I still have cognitive impairment from chemo and its been 7 yrs. Like you, Hmoorepa I had to quit my job because I couldn't remember what to do or retain anything and I worked...
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  • Mon Jan 14, 2019 ·
Hi, I'm Betti
Does your treatment center have support groups? Mine has several for various types of cancer. Take care of yourself, Betti
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  • Mon Jan 14, 2019 ·
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Hi, I'm Pat
Pat
Thank you. Sorry after reading the post I realized auto spell check made an error. I apologize. Don’t know how to correct error. Anyway I am hanging in there. I am blessed to have wonderful friends...
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  • Sun Jan 13, 2019 · Like4
Hi, I'm Hmoorepa
I hope you had a blessed Christmas. You may want to ask your dr about prescribing either amitriptyline, trazodone ar remeron. These will help with difficulty sleeping, stress and weight loss. I’...
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  • Sun Jan 13, 2019 · Like1
Hi, I'm LINDA R
Please take a look at the website for the Aplastic Anemia & MDS International Foundation webpage for Community Connections, they have a Central Georgia Community Connection MDS Support Group https:...
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  • Thu Jan 3, 2019 · Like2
Hi, I'm Mickel
Yes, I have finished 9 months from treatment and the puzzle of life is being continued, slowly. Be understanding of your limits. I am 69 and I think age does slow the process but accepting the lim...
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  • Mon Dec 31, 2018 ·
Hi, I'm CYNTHIA S.
Hello to everyone who suffers from lung cancer. Researching a book I am writing, called Naked and Freezing, about patient awareness tackling surgery, I stumbled upon an interesting story: apparentl...
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  • Mon Dec 24, 2018 ·
I'm JackieR, and I'm a survivor of Other Cancer
I posted this information on my Facebook support page: Coping Skills! 1. Learn as much as you can about your cancer and its treatment. Many people find that learning about their cancer and its ...
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  • Mon Dec 3, 2018 · Like1
Hi, I'm Karen L C.
I had a tube for several months , have doc or nurse loosen the button if they have it too tight it will hurt till they fall off . Plus try to keep the tube in a position that may help I hated mine ...
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  • Sat Nov 17, 2018 · Like1
Hi, I'm Theresa M T.
In 2002 I was diagnosed with DCIS stage 0-1. I had lumpectomy, mastectomy with tram flap reconstruction, and 6 months low dose chemo. And if that wasn't enough, I was on Tamoxifen for 5 years. ...
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  • Fri Nov 16, 2018 · Like1

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