Study shows biggest improvements in people diagnosed between ages 50 and 64
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I had renal cancer four years ago and now it got my left adrenal gland.
I had surgery April 28,2008 and it is a nasty scar.I ended up on life-support cause they could'nt wake me up.I'm finished with all surgeries and refuse to have anymore done.Did you ever smoke?That was the cause so they say.I am looking at a year of chemo pills,but are unsure of the side affects.I would appreciate anyones help on this matter.My Mom blames herself because of the genetic link.Bless all of you through this scary journey.
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I don't think anyone should work while going through chemotherapy!
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