Overall increase is small, though, adding 1 cancer per 1,000 women treated
by Gwanda on Mon Jan 22, 2007 12:00 AM
by Zotos on Fri Jun 08, 2007 12:00 AM
On 1/22/2007 Gwanda wrote:HI IM NEW HERE MY HUSBAND HAS TONGUE CANCER AND IS GETTING 33 RADIATION TREATMENTS HE IS ON HIS THIRD WEEK THE PAIN HASNT BEEN TO BAD HE USES A MIXTURE THE DOCTOR TOLD US ABOUT I TSP OF SALT ONE TEASPOON OF BAKING SODA TO ONE QUART OF WATER HE RINSES HIS MOUTH WITH THIS BEFORE AND AFTER MEALS. THIS WEEK HE HAS STARTED NOT TO BE ABLE TO TASTE HIS FOOD DOES ANYONE HAVE ANY RECEIPES OR SUGGESTIONS FOR FOOD THAT HE CAN TASTE I HAVE HAVING HIM DRINK ENSURE FOR LUNCH AND HES BEEN EATING A GOOD AMOUNT BUT NOW THAT HE CANT TASTE FOOD I DONT WANT HIM TO LOOSE WEIGHT. THANKS FOR ANY IDEAS OUT THERE.
Hi, I have head and neck cancer and have had the radiation, chemo,and neck dicession, I have no taste of any kind of food, BUT, the aroma of the food helps me eat it and keeps me from losing weight. I also drink ensure, and eat a lot of small meals throught out the day. Please tell your husband to keep a positive attitude,and to EAT, keep from losing weight.Good Luck and GOD BLESS, Joe T
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