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    I seriously hope all are keeping to themselves and remaining as well as can be expected.  

    May 02 at 1:38 AM view discussion
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      Chloe1111, I am thrilled you have lived beyond expectations. You are truly blessed. Especially when they caught it earlier than most. My son just graduated from college. During his studies, the 3 different opinions we recieved agreed it was nothing. We went to major hospitals and they just looked at the records from his primary and an old, old, should have retired decades ago, neurologist. He no longer wanted to work...

      May 02 at 1:33 AM view post
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        I have an area on my right lower jaw that has a burning sensation. It is also an area that grows hair. I am female on no hormones. Is it possibly cancer?

        February 05, 2019 view discussion
        • vwxyz has created a new message board discussion

          I have a burning sensation on my right lower jaw area. It is also an area that grows most hair. Can it be cancer?

          February 05, 2019 view discussion
          • vwxyz has replied to a post on the message board

            my last message was in rsponse to "sister9" 

            October 04, 2018 view post
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              So young. There have been some people on this board who have believed that the younger age, the stronger outcome in his favor.   Surround him with love, give him as much power over this disease as possible, include him in as much as he can take when he feels up to it, encourage him, talk with him, remember the good times you shared/share together, etc. Learn as much about this disease as possible. . Pray. God kn...

              October 04, 2018 view post
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                Rymatt4, Dr Chiocca (not sure of the spelling) Is the Chief of Brain Surgery at Brigham and Womens, Boston, MA. He trained all the Mass General brain surgeons at Mass General Hospital.  He is the best of the best in the Boston area. Speak with him or to someone about him or somone that can possibly help you.  Last I knew he was still there in August 2014. J.L. 

                May 09, 2018 view post
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                  I just found out a married couple on a street one house away from mine, have died of brain cancer and breast cancer.  They leave one son who is in the United States Army overseas.  We have cranberry boggs 2.6 miles away from our house, and beyond.  These boggs have been sprayed for approximately 100 years.  The chemicals probably are in the soil, water table, and probably the aquifers and water sh...

                  February 22, 2018 view post
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                    It is something I and my family have wanted to do.  Congratulations.  Job well done.  Jan

                    February 22, 2018 view post
                    • vwxyz has created a new message board discussion

                      Just found out my neighbors, a married couple,  died of brain cancer and breast cancer.  They had one son in the Service overseas.  The next street, one house away from me.  Now, what does that say to everyone after my son died of brain cancer?  We live 2.6 miles from the nearest cranberry bogg.   Jan 

                      February 22, 2018 view discussion
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                      family member has grade3, anaplastic oligodendroglioma, I monitor his meds and symptoms, etc.,

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