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  • lochan has replied to a post on the message board

    My heart goes out to you but trust me children have better defence mechanism and are able to face it with amazing courage , you need to Sid down and simply tell her the truth Leave the gory details out but do prepare her to be able to see her father in terrible state , my children sat with their father for a week when he was floating in and out of coma , they were sad but emotionally stable . Don't leave this ...

    June 21 at 2:57 AM view post
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      Thanks and God bless you .... my children are my biggest comforter presentlu but need to move on , keep promising myself , but time seems to have just stood still ... you take care 

      June 14 at 7:18 AM view post
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        thanks for the comforting words , rarely come here now , brings back too much pain , his toxity level had gone very high , tolerence to chemos kept getting lower , but he loved to enjoy life , play golf , party , which he did till a month before he passed away , so no regrets , had good 24 years with him .... thank God for those ... and u shd also try natural remidies like manukkah honey , sour sop , graviola etc ......

        June 14 at 7:16 AM view post
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          My husband finally won the battle but lost at the end as cancer cheated him , feel so drained , after a marathon fight , around 20 chemos , folfox , folfiri , ceruximab , erbitux , endless scans and now NOthing , life can be cruel at times ....

          June 05 at 10:44 AM view discussion
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            Hi At times even doctors can depress you , they go according to statistics and not the will and strength of the patient , my husband has been thru , 21 cycles of various chemos , kept playing golf , working and not getting bogged down , last months docs told him 5/7 more days and that's it , today he is in the hospital for another round of chemo , he has gone week but not given up , morphine / colostomy /. Are part ...

            February 23, 2013 view post
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              February 23, 2013
              • lochan has replied to a post on the message board

                sounds good , my husband is on 3 rd line chemo , folfox with avastin and cea level 500 , we do not give up hope , he carries on working , golfing ..... and praying for better treatment options and of'course NED 

                December 27, 2012 view post
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                  Husbands cea level is now 498 , last month it was 70 , any suggestions ?

                  December 12, 2012 view discussion
                  • lochan has replied to a post on the message board

                    Hi My husband got cyber knife done in April 2012 and in 5 days he was back home and pain free , this is a palliative radiation so if ur mother is told to follow it up with chemo , please do so , all the best to her and you . Regards

                    December 11, 2012 view post
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                      Hi These are new drugs patented in US and are supposed to better than folfox and folfiri , mainly for mcr , we do have pain clinics but even the nerve block has not worked , planning to go to Uk or Germany for further treatment . Thanks for your prayers and again we have started attacking the attacker , just praying along for strength and miracle Best regards Bibban

                      December 11, 2012 view post
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                      About lochan

                      Caregiver
                      Colon Cancer, Rectal Cancer
                      Cancer Treatments, Chemotherapy, Support

                      Hi I am a colorectal cancer patients wife and a bigger fighter than him . husband has had his colon resected , A PERMANENT COLOSTOMY DONE and now is going though chemotherapy , we cherish every moment that we spend together and with our 2 children . we are from India and faith in almighty god and a close knIt family keeps us SMILING

                      And now we have lost him , the smiles are forced , the house seems lifeless ....

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