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  • Georgef has replied to a post on the message board

    before you had cancer

    May 19 at 9:04 PM view post
    • Georgef has replied to a post on the message board

      When you speak of swallowing, I know exactly what you mean. Trouble is you are used to eating one way for years and now you have to avoid certain hard food and other you have to cut small and eat slowly. Been there. But things could be worse. Enjoy what you can do because you had cancer and can still do. Enjoy life...its a great gift.

      May 19 at 9:03 PM view post
      • Georgef has replied to a post on the message board

        What did i do to become Cancer free? Many will not accept this, but I realize at the age of 80 I could not beat Cancer. I turned it over to The Lord....time passed and a confused Doctor look at me and said...... "George...you don't have Cancer anymore" God Bless

        May 18 at 12:05 PM view post
        • Georgef has replied to a post on the message board

          I was 78 when told I had Esophageal Cancer. Hit me hard, was in critical condition for a month. Lost 90 lbs. Last month i was told after 5 years, i am free and clear of Cancer!

          May 18, 2017 view post
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            Hi ...Had 40 radiations treatments. I just that it created scar tissues therefore narrowing my opening to digest food. I had it widden to no avail. I have learned to forget steak, chicken, turkey and pork chops. I cut my food up small, eat slow and created a list of food that causes me the least problems. Like spaghetti and some pasts. What has happens for decades you eat with no problems. Now our minds have a probl...

            January 18, 2017 view post
            • Georgef has replied to a post on the message board

              Great ...another one who is beating Esophageal Cancer. My email is  If anyone wants to talk George

              January 14, 2017 view post
              • Georgef has replied to a post on the message board

                I saw your notice on Cancer Compass and had to reply.  Many of your remarks are a mirror of mine. I had the operation for esophageal cancer 8 years ago.  A mistake was made after the operation and i was in critical condition for 30 days and lost 90 by the end of 2009. But i am still in stage one today. Yes i do have eat a little at a time. I was told i had a "pull through" procedure so my stomach is pull up...

                January 12, 2017 view post
                • Georgef has replied to a post on the message board

                  I had a Esophageal "pull through" seven years ago. Lost 90 bls. I was in such poor condition i could not have Chemo or Radiation. Five years later (2.5 years ago) it came back. Then two months of Chemo and Radiation. I have gained 20 lbs back. During that time i had a knee replacement, twice scatica, 26 stitches on my face. The suvivial rate is 10% for five years. I am now nearing my eight year. I realize now the God...

                  October 26, 2016 view post
                  • Georgef has replied to a post on the message board

                    By junction if you mean where the Esophageal meets the stomach?  Yes than me. I had a "pull through" seven years ago. Since my condition was poor i could not have Chemo and Radiation after the operation. So after 5 years it came back. At that time (2.5 years ago) i had the Chemo and Radiation.  I have been having a problem swallowing solid food as my throat has swollowed. Had it widen twice to no avail. Bu...

                    October 26, 2016 view post
                    • Georgef has replied to a post on the message board

                      I have been fighting Esophogeal Cancer for 7 years. MY Esophogeast was removed at that time, Chemo, Raditaion, knee replacement, skin cancer, scatica followed. Life is the greatest gift our Creator can give us. Be encouragement to those fighting the same. See those your love each day and thank God for each day.

                      December 30, 2015 view post
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