stage IV stomach cancer / Krukenberg tumours

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by Sarama on Tue May 29, 2018 12:12 AM

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I am going to one of the satelite clinics but the Drs. Are from the City of Hope here in California. My Dr. Is still doing some test to see if more medication can be add to my regimen.my cheno is  5FU, and TAXOTERE, and I am still awating for the results to come and see if one more medication can be added.

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by Robirob on Wed Dec 05, 2018 04:22 PM

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48 yr old female With ties to Atlanta and Washington DC Currently in hospital in California I am waiting on colonoscopy results The preliminary diagnosis is gastr intestineal cancer Who is your consultant Who and what are you doing to look and feel better I’m very worried

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by LovingLifeForev on Wed Jan 30, 2019 03:47 PM

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I was just diagnosed with primary Krukenburg tumor of the left ovary. CEA came back at 20 and did test to rule out colon/rectal and stomach cancer. but getting PET scan done to confirm. Ive been reading about this rare tumor and could use all the help I can get. Ive been doing Vit C infusions and have Immunemodulator implant along with caortene and special teas. Havent started chemo do to unknown primary site eventho pathology report stated primary ovary. If anyone can provide info I would greatly appreciate it.  

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by Survivor888 on Fri Mar 01, 2019 12:40 PM

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Hi, I had also Krukenberg Tumors on my both ovaries. Undergone total hysterectomy last December 2017.  Ascites was present. Primary origin unknown but my CEA was at 23. Refused to undergo chemo because of what I have been reading in the net that it is a Signet Ring Cell Carcinoma and it is rare and highly malignant. Drink a lot of supplements. Eat more fruits and raw vegetables. Changed my lifestyle, no more processed meats. CEA down to 4.07. Still not normal. Will undergo CEA tumor marker test again next week

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by LovingLifeForev on Fri Mar 01, 2019 06:45 PM

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Hi! Thank you responding, for a rare cancer it’s been hard to know what steps to take because so little is known. I too changed my diet. Cut out all dairy, sugar, processed everything and eating fruits & veggies. I decided not to do chemo as well since all known facts state it’s a terminal cancer that doesn’t respond to chemol or radiation. I am looking into immunotherapy. I found a study that immuno therapy has worked on municious tumors and their mestatasies. Waiting on test results from the tumor market at the lab. What’s been weird in my case is that all tests are negative for digestive cancer but the krukenburg tumor markers so the oncologist wants to treat chemo primary ovarian which if it’s wrong can cause all other cancers to grow. So I went to Hozsey clinic in Tijuana and started natural to see if that would help in my case. I still have part of the tumor and metastasis because of where it’s licated and they won’t do surgery until it shrinks. So I’m hoping natural will help greatly. My Ca125 was 310 and now it’s 67 still not normal but lowering which is positive. Please let me know if anything else you’ve found to help. I would appreciate all the I go I can get.

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by Kimiaunique on Fri Jun 14, 2019 06:29 AM

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Hi everyone, My aunt who is very close to me is going through all of the things you guys have been going through. To be more exact, one day she noticed an abnormal swelling of her abdomen and she went to the ER and they did a an ultrasound right away. All of us not even imagining it could be cancer thought its an appendix or she has gas or whatever. The ultrasound showed a massive mass on her right ovary and she was sent for surgery right away in which she did a total hysterectomy with all the tubes. The pathology results from the ovaries came back with signet ring cell carcinoma originated from the upper GI tract and further with endoscopy the origin was the stomach with three cratered ulcers with HER-2. Negative marking zero. She has gone through chemo for two rounds biweekly now and today was supposed to be her third in which she went in to the ER again with abdominal pain and discomfort and vomits. The blood test came back with a high WBC and so the oncologist refused to do this round of chemo. They think the ascites has caused adhesion of the larger intestine and she is being visited by a surgeon today to see what they can for her. She got a feeding tube today and the oncologist says as long as she has the adhesions she can’t go through chemo. He gave us 6 months for her survival without chemo and that number is just scary as it is. I hear that surgery might not be an option for patients but for us even chemo is not an option... if you or anybody you know has gone through the same please message me because i would love to get as much as info i can get. Kimia

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by LandingT5 on Tue Jun 25, 2019 05:55 AM

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Do a kidney cleanse from global healing center. its done wonders for my cancer neighbor. its powerful, healing and kills cancer. 

RE: stage IV stomach cancer / Krukenberg tumours

by Kimiaunique on Sun Jul 14, 2019 07:51 AM

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Hi, My aunt passed away last Monday... i hope whoever is here reading about a loved one gets through this... the science did everything it could by they couldn’t save my aunts life. I think shes in a way better place now. She suffered so much with this krukenberg cancer and i hope she rests in peace now.
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