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  • sguerra47 has replied to a post on the message board

    Very glad to hear that.

    April 07 at 5:39 PM view post
    • sguerra47 has replied to a post on the message board

      Don't be scared.   I assume she had surgery for colon cancer, you didn't say, or what stage she was diagnosed with.   Anything below 5 is considered normal.  Its always good to get check ups, the PET scan will tell what she needs to know, and the colonoscopy so try not to freak out or anything.   

      March 26 at 6:22 PM view post
      • sguerra47 has replied to a post on the message board

        That is great advice Ryan.   I have been reading Hismum's posts as well.   Getting that original tumor out would indeed make the path easier.   I had a friend who had this disease in Australia and he had great health care, everything my husband had here.   I don't understand why this young many has never been referred to a wound clinic to heal his wounds or why, and especi...

        December 28 at 7:18 PM view post
        • sguerra47 has replied to a post on the message board

          Most cancers are not treated the same way and definitely do not use the same chemotherapies, etc.

          December 28 at 4:53 PM view post
          • sguerra47 has replied to a post on the message board

            This is a colon cancer site, its a lot different.  Apples and oranges. That said, congratuations and so happy for you both.  

            December 28 at 2:57 AM view post
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              I am so sorry Hismum, this is such a sad and frustrating post.  Its so heartbreaking to watch someone you love so much suffer and you are so helpless in the situation.   I watched this with my husband, infection after infection, complication after complication, and I know how disheartening it can feel.  Prayers are coming from all over for you and your son.  Love Sandy

              December 20 at 4:32 PM view post
              • sguerra47 has replied to a post on the message board

                  Wound vacs heal from the inside out ---    and then you combine the supplements

                November 29 at 7:37 PM view post
                • sguerra47 has replied to a post on the message board

                  My husband had a major wound infection after his liver surgery.   They used a "wound vac" to heal his wound, has anyone mentioned that.   I am so sorry, as if this entire thing isn't bad enough.    Your son might be better off seeing someone in a "Wound Clinic," that is where they sent us when this happened to my husband.  Again, I am so sorry.  My husband was filled with...

                  November 29 at 5:59 PM view post
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                    I am so sorry for you guys.   Ron was 62 when he was diagnosed.  He had blood in his stool also which I did not know, but he was color blind and didn't see it either.  He was so healthy his entire life.   We found the Stage 4 cancer on a routine colonoscopy.   He had that section of his colon removed, had the temp illestomy bag.   Eventually had the right lobe of his ...

                    November 25 at 3:52 PM view post
                    • sguerra47 has replied to a post on the message board

                      Poor guy.   Sounds like he has already been through a lot.  My husband fought this disease for 2.8 years.   He did all he could, had chemo, surgeries, sir spheres, RFA.   Sometimes we do all we can and it just does not work.  I can now understand why your husband is tired and weak ---  his body has a lot of cancer still and so much chemo.   Maybe it would be nice...

                      November 25 at 5:54 AM view post
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