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    Has anyone taken xeloda with any results?  I am prescribed this med orally and would like to hear from anyone on any treatment that has shown improvement.  Thanks.  My cancer has traveled to both lungs now after 3 years and 8 months since surgery. 

    October 29 at 9:02 PM view discussion
    • dianer57 has replied to a post on the message board

      What immunotherapy are you on? I am thinking of the pill form too. How on were you on it before being removed?Xeloda does not sound too appealing to me. What side effects did you have and how soon?

      October 27 at 11:54 PM view post
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        What did the 5 FU do for skin problems.  Did you do the pills or I V. I am not knowing how successful this chemo is.Is it worth the side effects?

        October 27 at 9:04 PM view post
        • dianer57 has replied to a post on the message board

          I too have urachal cancer metasised to my lungs,  I would like to know if I can get into a drug trial for my stage four cancer.  I have been on Taxol and Carboplatin recently.  I was stable until this year when metastis occured into my lungs after 3 years and 7 months.  Now my cat scans show no improvement on this so am thinking of doing a chemo pill xeloda.  Do you know of anyone taking this...

          October 26 at 8:19 PM view post
          • dianer57 has replied to a post on the message board

            Do you feel MD Anderson will be best for this cancer/

            October 05 at 2:10 AM view post
            • julesgreenb

              julesgreenb What chemo are you doing for your lung modules?

              October 05 at 3:21 AM
          • dianer57 has replied to a post on the message board

            Hope to hear from  you.  I too have lung nodules and am going to start chemo.  Hopefully it will work.  Hard to decide which drugs to use as we are so rare.  Dianer

            August 01 at 5:30 PM view post
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              How did the nodules shrink with your medication given by chemo?  I am starting soon for many in my lungs on Monday,  Wanting to hear good news.

              August 01 at 5:11 PM view post
              • dianer57 has created a new message board discussion

                I would like to hear from anyone that has survived this cancer.  Uracal ademacarcinoma is a very rare cancer. I am surviving 3 yars 8 months but have both lungs affected with nodules now.  Would like to hear what treatments have worked for you few out there.  Thanks  Diane

                July 27 at 8:18 PM view discussion
                • dianer57 has replied to a post on the message board

                  I also had urachal cancer with went into my bladder.  I had the surgery to remove both the urachal tube and a partial removal of my bladder and lymph nodes affected..  I had chemo treatments every three weeks for three times and am cancer free now for two years.  I give credit to prayers, God, the great surgeon, and oncologist treatments  .  I also have a good outlook on life as you have to b...

                  January 16, 2014 view post
                  • dianer57 has replied to a post on the message board

                    I would go right away.  I had blood in my urine also and it was a bladder cancer.  They did not catch it with a urine test.  I had a cystoscopic exam .  This way they can rule it out or confirm if you need more done.  I was lucky I persisted in them testing as I should not have been bleeding.  No pain so I did not think it would be from the urethra.  I thought it was from the vagina...

                    April 12, 2012 view post
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