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GJPKMP BRAF mutation 11 Apr 24 15
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GJPKMP FOLFOX and Insomnia?? 0 Apr 23 15
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rainstargal Stage IV with mets to liver and brain 2 Apr 22 15
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Grimsbynick Zaltrap? Any good/bad experiences? 1 Apr 22 15
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np19850909 is there Anyone using Mistletoe for a long time? 0 Apr 22 15
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girl111 Avemar 1 Apr 21 15
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girl111 Appetite loss and chemo ? 2 Apr 21 15
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Robertunderhill Radiation treatments for rectal cancer? 1 Apr 21 15
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Super01Mom Removal of Rectum, What to expect??? 65 Apr 20 15
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meanlittleboy2 COLON CANCER veterans vietnam agent orange 4 Apr 16 15
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jessie_corinne 20 years old, pending colonoscopy. positive FOBT 1 Apr 16 15
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thankyouGod colon/small intestine adenocarcinoma 0 Apr 16 15
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Girene103 Stage 4 colon cancer liver metastases long term survivor stories 6 Apr 15 15
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kiki5711 physical therapy 0 Apr 15 15
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DRJ123 symptons of declining colon Cancer with met to liver,lungs & lymp nodes. 0 Apr 13 15
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girl111 Are these chemo effect? 2 Apr 12 15
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caliqqqq Just taken off Oxaliplatin Chemo, anxiety kicking in (colon cancer stage 3, age 46 F) 7 Apr 10 15
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Concraig Extremely worried 0 Apr 09 15
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meghelp clinical trial for stage iv colon cancer-xilonix 0 Apr 07 15
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girl111 Peritoneal mets 8 Apr 07 15
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cancerposse Anyone had stomach inflammation? 0 Apr 03 15
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HELIO Had CT COLONOSCOPY, now need sigmoidoscopy 0 Apr 02 15
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CeeGee1 Worried caregiver 1 Apr 02 15
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Jeevie Stage III how can I help? 1 Apr 01 15
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Helpmydadlive Stage IV colon cancer- peritoneal carcinomatosis 7 Mar 30 15
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