Researchers still found 'excellent' survival rates for both primary, secondary disease
Please do keep us posted. I am thrilled to hear you are getting into a doc to have this checked. That news just made my day!!
I totally understand the thoughts of "what if..." and I know you are concerned or you wouldn't be here.
I HIGHLY recommend seeing a ENT YESTERDAY! It very well may be nothing, but if it is something the earlier you get it diagnosed and treated the better off you will be.
There is no way we can tell you what it is, or isn't and it is so simple to know for sure. Just call the doctor, and get i...
Marijuana is not illegal in all states. It was actually perscribed (in eatible form) to my husband during his chemo and radiation by his doctor at University of Michigan. I would think smoking it however would be harsh on the throat which must be tender still. Smoking would not be recommended.
My husband also has a history of drug addiction.
During his treatment, many different pain drugs were pe...
I totally understand where your husband is coming from, as my husband and myself share his passion about riding. Just hearing the noise gets the heart pumping and the head turning. It is a passion, indeed.
My husband rode during his treatment, however very little as the pain medications and sunshine/wind were a problem. However, the further from treatment the more he rode. His final chemo and...
My heart goes out to you, I think the unknown is always the worst. I know you have a million thoughts and questions running through your mind right now. My husband had the same cancer, stage 4 and went through the treatments. Radiation (6 weeks) and Chemo at the same time. Then afterwards a neck disessection. Today, he is cancer free and doctors said they doubt it will return. No point i...
Just remember that no matter what it is, there are treatments available. So try not to dwell on what "could be" and enjoy what is. Take that nervous energy and do something positive with it. Try to keep your mind off it, and yes...I know that is tough. However, there is nothing else you can do until Thursday. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
How very sad to hear. Thanks for the update, I've thought of him often.
Caregiver to my husband who was diagnosed March 8th, 2010 with stage 4 tonsil cancer. Radiation and Chemo finished, and waiting to get follow up PET scan in late September.
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