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I'm 30 months out 35/3 with RND. Just about everything is better except for hoarseness.....seems to get worse every day. Seeing a new ENT next week. I have always had a speaking disability...I was born and raised in Alabama. Roll Tide, Slowlane
What the heck! You are busy as hell trying to save your life right now so, might as well cure two problems at once. Great going on getting thru the treatments. I know what you mean by everything tasting like puke but it will get better pretty soon. I watched a lot of cooking shows when I could not taste anything. I would keep saying that when I got my taste back that I was going to eat l...
I read about your brother Dale and would have loved to have met him. Also, thanks for sharing your private life for others to reflect on. Congratulations on the 5th year! Slowlane
I got 3 different opinions for my Larynx/Tongue cancer and was damn glad I did.
MnLady looked the little c straight in the face and spit! Way to go gal.
I remember the last thing I tasted about mid treatment was cherry flavored cool aid then, 8 weeks of nothing. Having to wash around the feeding tube once of twice daily and then having to backwash it clean and, and, and never used it!
I remember loving those huge chocolate milk shakes from Burger King on the way home from treatment...
Thanks Surferboy. I sent you a PM.
No way we changed years! It's still 2012 isnt it?
I am have been gathering copies of cases that the VA approved for Agent Orange head and neck cancers for about 6 months now. I am nowhere near finished yet but It's getting interesting. Slowlane
I'm looking for Vietnam Vets with Agent Orange head and neck issues, I was there 69/70. Slowlane
Welcome back brother, we missed you. Slowlane
Male, 62, diagnosed with Squamous Cell Carcinoma larynx July 2010. Have had radical neck surgery, peg tube (never used), mediport. 3 chemo treatments @ 21 day intervals. Completed 35 rounds of radiation completed Nov 2010.
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