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    Glad You're Dad is doing fine! My CT on 2/8 came back fine also, colonoscopy on the 11th was completely negative for cancer! My last appointment with my oncologist was about a month ago, I explained my bathroom issues, and I am not exagerating, 20-30 times a day, every day. He ordered the colonoscopy. Turned out that the operation 8+ years ago left enough scar tissue to close things off to a small opening. I gave som...

    February 27 at 10:22 PM view post
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      Best wishes to You and All for a Happy, Healthy 2020.

      January 06 at 9:52 PM view post
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        Thanks for the update! Both of you stay strong!

        February 22, 2019 view post
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          Thank YOU!  I feel fine. Please keep us all informed!   Dave

          February 12, 2019 view post
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            I hope someone has an answer for you, you know I don't. I hit another hurdle Tuesday, back home and feeling fine now. Nurses loved my attitude, I had just had a heart attack. A possitive attitude toward life will continue to clear the hurdles ahead! I hope you find the answers you are looking for!  Dave

            February 09, 2019 view post
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              I am not familiar with any of my results back then. Do you know his White Blood Counts from the latest results? Normal range with WVU Medicine is 3.3 to 9.3. If no one has an answer for you, google "reputible cancer hospitals". You'll be able to e them your questionand it shouldn't take more than a couple business days for a reply. Tell Dad to keep his chin up and keep smiling! I am 7 years cancer free tomorrow, I wa...

              January 10, 2019 view post
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                I took no supplements for the rectal cancer. I do take 1 500mg turkey tail mushroom a day for the PV. It is a natural blood thinner. I am on one 5mg. a day of Ramapril for blood pressure. All my bloods counts are still monitored every 3 months and now I see my oncologist every 6 months. He gets and posts the results of every 3 month visit on the hospitals website. I made no changes to my lifestyle. I fully (glad I re...

                December 25, 2018 view post
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                  Hi, in early summer 2011, at age 55 I was diagnosed with polycythemia vera. A couple monts later, I was diagnosed with rectal cancer. I took this seriously, but kept a possitive attitude through it all. I was put on Fu5 chemo and had 20+ rounds of radiation. Operation was Jan.11, 2012. I went thru a few more months of Fu5. I am approaching 7 years of being cancer free. I was very lucky as the PV will blindside cancer...

                  December 22, 2018 view post
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                    You'll make it! Just keep a positive attitude and listen to your body. Sounds like it already tells you to get your count's checked! I was diagnosed at 55 in 2011, a few months later, diagnosed with Colo-rectal cancer. I don't know the connection with leukemia, but I have an old friend who is still around after leukemia in the mid 90's, Marty Liquori. He's pushing 70 now. Stay strong, best of luck!

                    September 29, 2016 view post
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                      Nanc, thank you for a quick reply! 500mg, 120 capsules for $11.62 @ Amazon. I buy items often there and get free shipping, don't know what shipping might be. Hope this helps You, thanks for Your help! Dave

                      February 10, 2016 view post
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