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Best wishes, OPie!!!!!

Please, immediately change your screen name to something very positive and healthy. Like FruitfulWishes, or something...maybe people can come up with a good one for you.

Wishing you the best!!!!

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if you have that biopsy the cancer will spread.

be warned.

if you have the chemo you will die.

be warned.
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Gain gnosis prior to spewing fear.
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so are you saying once the protective coating around the cancer that the body develops is compromised the cancer cells inside it can not spread?

and are you also saying that chemotherapy is not carcinogenic?

well?
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I'm so sorry to hear this. Cancer has hit my family numerous times. I was diagnosed with stage 3 malignant melanoma 5 years ago as well. Luckily mine was able to be contained and removed, so my prognosis was very good. I know that terrible feeling when they first tell you.

The best advice I can give is to stay positive and don't give up hope. Its amazing how much your attitude can play a part in your recovery. Chemo can be really hard to deal with so take it slow and surround yourself with loved ones for strength in the tough times. Or come to GLP for support if you have a bad day. I know there are many people here that will be supportive and send those positive vibes your way.

Stay strong. Be optimistic.
"Fortune, honour, beauty, youth
are but blossoms dying.
Wanton pleasures, doting love
are but shadows flying."

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I hope you find support and comfort from your environment during your treatment and recovery. Find the time to laugh as much as possible and recognize the joy all around.
Peace and happiness to you as you heal and recover. You will beat this!
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Luv ya dude. Focus and Make the HEAL REAL.

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if you have that biopsy the cancer will spread.

be warned.

if you have the chemo you will die.

be warned.
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I think maybe that is incorrect.

Lots of survivors out there would wonder what your source for that is.
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highest concentrated liquid cannabis taken orally and rubbed into the area of the tumor. gots to feel better than chemo
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Best wishes, OP. Hope you kick cancer in the nuts (LOL)! So glad to hear your cancer is curable.
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For those that don't know where I am, I'm in Fort Worth Texas.

Harris Hospital.

Its redneck country but we have some of the best oncologists around.


I'm having a better day, no pain for once...It's nice.

They are going to start the first major Chemo they call "Chop"

Tonight so I'm a little nervous about that.
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highest concentrated liquid cannabis taken orally and rubbed into the area of the tumor. gots to feel better than chemo
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I'd rather smoke it lol.


I've got lots of home things to do. Very interested in the baking soda deal. I've read a lot of home remedies and that one is interesting.


Also the diet changes to juicing and vegetables.......

I love this website. Its a huge collection of great minds at times. Lots of experience out there as well.
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if you have that biopsy the cancer will spread.

be warned.

if you have the chemo you will die.

be warned.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 38308302


I think maybe that is incorrect.

Lots of survivors out there would wonder what your source for that is.
 Quoting: FatalW1shes


right use your brain

ill use layman's terms to help you understand

a cancer is encased by a sack produced by the body to keep it from spreading. if you pierce this sack then the cancer cells inside it can spread.

ok simple enough yet??

secondly

ALL chemotherapy drugs are carcinogens, as in they cause cancer.

so if your really don't have cancer they will damn sure make sure you do!
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let me guess In all honesty you have no idea what is going on and you have put your hand in the life of the doctors? right?
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make sure you've got the pot

and best wishes for a speedy recovery

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op post here exactly the medication you have been give.

the dosage and the frequency.

so we can know what they are using now

get hold of you medical chart and list of drugs given.

you could really help us understand what the current situation is regarding the treatments used.
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One other thing, according to alternative medicine/traditional chinese medicine, long term anger can cause cancer and long term sadness can cause tumors. I do know there is a strong mind/body connection so it wouldn't hurt to see if you have been harboring long term anger/sadness and try to resolve it. One thing you do have right now is time to think about this.

Here is a good website to help people resolve emotions/trauma/etc. There is a free how to e-book on the right side of the page. Maybe give it a try if you want and see what happens.

[link to www.tatlife.com]
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That's pretty cool stuff. I'm looking into that.
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op have they given you any vaccines???



where is Phenn when we need her!
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Concentrated cannabis is needed to cause apoptosis - smoking may not be enough.
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op post here exactly the medication you have been give.

the dosage and the frequency.

so we can know what they are using now

get hold of you medical chart and list of drugs given.

you could really help us understand what the current situation is regarding the treatments used.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 38308302


Allopurinol is for kidneys, it's pre Chemo treatment

Zosyn for Antibiotic

Oxycontin for pain relief cause by the tumor smooshing my guts around,

Prednisone /anti inflamitory keeps the tumor from getting bigger. It drains some of the fluid....


No sure about exact doses but those are the ones I can think of now. The chart is an EMR on a computer I don't have access to anymore. No more paper charts.
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let me guess In all honesty you have no idea what is going on and you have put your hand in the life of the doctors? right?
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No not really. I've never had cancer before. Never would have dreamed this in a million years. Ever.
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You have to be seriously unlucky to get damaged by that. If we use that logic, humidity should effect even more.
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It has nothing to with luck. It's science.
 Quoting: Novogirl32


Can you show a paper or even a website which supports your claim?

Again, i am not being stubborn. I am not trying to be "superior". I just want to learn

Actually let me do some research and I will do my best to provide supporting documentation. I need to figure out how to post a link.
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So clouds still let UV light pass through... It doesn't say worse but still very close to clear days... Very interesting! Another lesson!

Thanks!
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One other thing, according to alternative medicine/traditional chinese medicine, long term anger can cause cancer and long term sadness can cause tumors. I do know there is a strong mind/body connection so it wouldn't hurt to see if you have been harboring long term anger/sadness and try to resolve it. One thing you do have right now is time to think about this.

Here is a good website to help people resolve emotions/trauma/etc. There is a free how to e-book on the right side of the page. Maybe give it a try if you want and see what happens.

[link to www.tatlife.com]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1550123




That's pretty cool stuff. I'm looking into that.
 Quoting: FatalW1shes


hf
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if you have that biopsy the cancer will spread.

be warned.

if you have the chemo you will die.

be warned.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 38308302


I think maybe that is incorrect.

Lots of survivors out there would wonder what your source for that is.
 Quoting: FatalW1shes



He definitely has no idea what he's talking about. I had biopsies when I had cancer, and it did not spread anywhere else.

I had Stage 3 Hodgkin's Lymphoma and beat it at 20 years old, and am now 25. I did chemotherapy for 8 months, with treatments held every other week. So 16 treatments of ABVD in total.

The main thing that sucked was the actual day of receiving chemo. It took about 6 hours to administer the ABVD drugs, and sitting in a hospital bed receiving the stuff was extremely unpleasant to say the least. It was a huge psychological thing by the 8th treatment because I would start getting extremely nauseous before the IV was even in my arm! Just seeing the nurses bring the drugs towards me turned by stomach upside down.

When I got home, I still felt a little off, but the following days until the next chemo weren't really bad at all.

After my first treatment, my persistent cough stopped, my appetite came back, and all my other side affects of the cancer disappeared for good. My appetite actually came back with a vengeance. I gained about 20lbs in 2 weeks before my 2nd chemo treatment! I really craved steak after my first treatment as well.

Some advice I can give you is that, although your oncologist may prescribe several drugs to deal with nausea and other things, if you can, try to avoid using them. I actually stopped taking all prescriptions about half way through and realized I didn't have any nausea or other issues. The prescription drugs can lead to other fun things like constipation, restlessness, and so on.

If you have any questions, feel free to ask.

All the best! :)

**Sorry for the long post
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if you have that biopsy the cancer will spread.

be warned.

if you have the chemo you will die.

be warned.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 38308302


I think maybe that is incorrect.

Lots of survivors out there would wonder what your source for that is.
 Quoting: FatalW1shes


right use your brain

ill use layman's terms to help you understand

a cancer is encased by a sack produced by the body to keep it from spreading. if you pierce this sack then the cancer cells inside it can spread.

ok simple enough yet??

secondly

ALL chemotherapy drugs are carcinogens, as in they cause cancer.

so if your really don't have cancer they will damn sure make sure you do!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 38308302


They did a CT needle biopsy. The tumor is right under my stomach wall. I'm not too worried about it "spreading" due to the biopsy.

I know chemo is bad but um...I think the success rate is higher than many give it credit for.

Seriously you aren't helping me or others with cancer. I hope you never get it, you'll be in bad shape.
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It's Lymphoma ...the good kind that can be cured we hope.


And it's big. It's 17 cm and inside my belly. The full pathology report has not come back yet and had the needle biopsy done Friday after I was admitted into the hospital.

I appreciate pregnant women a lot more now. When you have a big mass in your belly it really is hard to get comfortable.

It hurts. It takes up a lot of room in there and takes some good meds to keep the pain back. It felt like my back was on fire and a grenade went off in my stomach. I would rather have another kidney stone this hurt so bad.

I've had to have 3 units of blood as well because my hemoglobin was down to 6.9. and 2 iron infusions.

It's too big to operate on because it's wrapped around my stomach and small intestine.....looks like I had lap band surgery to my stomach it's so small. They have to shrink it to see what is the next step.

Biggest tumor I've ever seen and many the doctors have ever seen.

I'm scared and bored and GLP has been my home for years. I've not been posting much lately because the truth is I've been sick.


Just FYI, I had been swimming for 4 months and lost 32 lbs when this came about. I eat healthy, its just one of those things I don't understand. I started my first dose of Chemo last night and didn't sleep any and feel pretty wired.
 Quoting: FatalW1shes


Best wishes to you. Let the docs do their thing. You can change your diet and exercise as well. I went full vegan on the advice of my oncologist. I had stage IIIB malignant nodular melanoma removed from my head and a lymphectomy. I'm clear one year out, but not out of danger yet. I changed my life completely and I feel great. I quit a horrible job, took up music, fixed a stagnant relationship and started taking care of myself first, before the needs of others. There are some German studies that suggest these very traits for increased survivability. Your type of cancer has a better prognosis than mine, just do what you can to keep healthy. I recommend juicing beets and carrots, using liberal amounts of hemp oil in you cooking. Use turmeric. I did interferon. It messed up my eyes, though, and my liver took a hit.

Follow your instincts and make your choices based on how you feel.

Looks like there are some major cures coming down the line. Getting closer....
 Quoting: Papakrok


I am IIIC Malignant Melanoma.
 Quoting: Novogirl32


I was IIIA malignant melanoma with a Breslow depth of 3.9mm and Clark level III. I also had the sentinental lymph node mapping surgery and went through interferon treatment as well. I was 32 when diagnosed and just had my 38th birthday with no signs of recurrence or metastization thus far. Best wishes for a positive recovery.
"Fortune, honour, beauty, youth
are but blossoms dying.
Wanton pleasures, doting love
are but shadows flying."

---Thomas Campion
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op post here exactly the medication you have been give.

the dosage and the frequency.

so we can know what they are using now

get hold of you medical chart and list of drugs given.

you could really help us understand what the current situation is regarding the treatments used.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 38308302


Allopurinol is for kidneys, it's pre Chemo treatment

Zosyn for Antibiotic

Oxycontin for pain relief cause by the tumor smooshing my guts around,

Prednisone /anti inflamitory keeps the tumor from getting bigger. It drains some of the fluid....


No sure about exact doses but those are the ones I can think of now. The chart is an EMR on a computer I don't have access to anymore. No more paper charts.
 Quoting: FatalW1shes


watch out for ANY skin rash, if you get it then STOP the Allopurinol IMMEDIATELY!

Prednisone is a very dangerous drug as it suppresses the immune system all over your body! if the chemo fails your body will no longer be fighting the cancer!

be warned!
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It's Lymphoma ...the good kind that can be cured we hope.


And it's big. It's 17 cm and inside my belly. The full pathology report has not come back yet and had the needle biopsy done Friday after I was admitted into the hospital.

I appreciate pregnant women a lot more now. When you have a big mass in your belly it really is hard to get comfortable.

It hurts. It takes up a lot of room in there and takes some good meds to keep the pain back. It felt like my back was on fire and a grenade went off in my stomach. I would rather have another kidney stone this hurt so bad.

I've had to have 3 units of blood as well because my hemoglobin was down to 6.9. and 2 iron infusions.

It's too big to operate on because it's wrapped around my stomach and small intestine.....looks like I had lap band surgery to my stomach it's so small. They have to shrink it to see what is the next step.

Biggest tumor I've ever seen and many the doctors have ever seen.

I'm scared and bored and GLP has been my home for years. I've not been posting much lately because the truth is I've been sick.


Just FYI, I had been swimming for 4 months and lost 32 lbs when this came about. I eat healthy, its just one of those things I don't understand. I started my first dose of Chemo last night and didn't sleep any and feel pretty wired.
 Quoting: FatalW1shes


Best wishes to you. Let the docs do their thing. You can change your diet and exercise as well. I went full vegan on the advice of my oncologist. I had stage IIIB malignant nodular melanoma removed from my head and a lymphectomy. I'm clear one year out, but not out of danger yet. I changed my life completely and I feel great. I quit a horrible job, took up music, fixed a stagnant relationship and started taking care of myself first, before the needs of others. There are some German studies that suggest these very traits for increased survivability. Your type of cancer has a better prognosis than mine, just do what you can to keep healthy. I recommend juicing beets and carrots, using liberal amounts of hemp oil in you cooking. Use turmeric. I did interferon. It messed up my eyes, though, and my liver took a hit.

Follow your instincts and make your choices based on how you feel.

Looks like there are some major cures coming down the line. Getting closer....
 Quoting: Papakrok


It's Lymphoma ...the good kind that can be cured we hope.


And it's big. It's 17 cm and inside my belly. The full pathology report has not come back yet and had the needle biopsy done Friday after I was admitted into the hospital.

I appreciate pregnant women a lot more now. When you have a big mass in your belly it really is hard to get comfortable.

It hurts. It takes up a lot of room in there and takes some good meds to keep the pain back. It felt like my back was on fire and a grenade went off in my stomach. I would rather have another kidney stone this hurt so bad.

I've had to have 3 units of blood as well because my hemoglobin was down to 6.9. and 2 iron infusions.

It's too big to operate on because it's wrapped around my stomach and small intestine.....looks like I had lap band surgery to my stomach it's so small. They have to shrink it to see what is the next step.

Biggest tumor I've ever seen and many the doctors have ever seen.

I'm scared and bored and GLP has been my home for years. I've not been posting much lately because the truth is I've been sick.


Just FYI, I had been swimming for 4 months and lost 32 lbs when this came about. I eat healthy, its just one of those things I don't understand. I started my first dose of Chemo last night and didn't sleep any and feel pretty wired.
 Quoting: FatalW1shes


Best wishes to you. Let the docs do their thing. You can change your diet and exercise as well. I went full vegan on the advice of my oncologist. I had stage IIIB malignant nodular melanoma removed from my head and a lymphectomy. I'm clear one year out, but not out of danger yet. I changed my life completely and I feel great. I quit a horrible job, took up music, fixed a stagnant relationship and started taking care of myself first, before the needs of others. There are some German studies that suggest these very traits for increased survivability. Your type of cancer has a better prognosis than mine, just do what you can to keep healthy. I recommend juicing beets and carrots, using liberal amounts of hemp oil in you cooking. Use turmeric. I did interferon. It messed up my eyes, though, and my liver took a hit.

Follow your instincts and make your choices based on how you feel.

Looks like there are some major cures coming down the line. Getting closer....
 Quoting: Papakrok


I am IIIC Malignant Melanoma.
 Quoting: Novogirl32




OP there are lots of prayers and well wishes coming your way!!

Already posted on here .. just wanted to let others know who are suffering that you are not forgotten. Prayers and best wishes to you also.

Earlier I suggested changing your nic. Why not find something uplifting.

Your nic is not good especially considering where your at.

Why not change it. I will personally come on GLP everyday and post a thread to encourage people to leave you feedback so you can not only attain your current level but soon surpass!! cheer

Will you at least consider?

hugs

Last Edited by Angelic_Warrior on 04/17/2013 04:32 PM
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I Corinthians 2:14

God doesn't choose favorites.. They choose HIM

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Re: I have cancer
if you have that biopsy the cancer will spread.

be warned.

if you have the chemo you will die.

be warned.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 38308302


I think maybe that is incorrect.

Lots of survivors out there would wonder what your source for that is.
 Quoting: FatalW1shes



He definitely has no idea what he's talking about. I had biopsies when I had cancer, and it did not spread anywhere else.

I had Stage 3 Hodgkin's Lymphoma and beat it at 20 years old, and am now 25. I did chemotherapy for 8 months, with treatments held every other week. So 16 treatments of ABVD in total.

The main thing that sucked was the actual day of receiving chemo. It took about 6 hours to administer the ABVD drugs, and sitting in a hospital bed receiving the stuff was extremely unpleasant to say the least. It was a huge psychological thing by the 8th treatment because I would start getting extremely nauseous before the IV was even in my arm! Just seeing the nurses bring the drugs towards me turned by stomach upside down.

When I got home, I still felt a little off, but the following days until the next chemo weren't really bad at all.

After my first treatment, my persistent cough stopped, my appetite came back, and all my other side affects of the cancer disappeared for good. My appetite actually came back with a vengeance. I gained about 20lbs in 2 weeks before my 2nd chemo treatment! I really craved steak after my first treatment as well.

Some advice I can give you is that, although your oncologist may prescribe several drugs to deal with nausea and other things, if you can, try to avoid using them. I actually stopped taking all prescriptions about half way through and realized I didn't have any nausea or other issues. The prescription drugs can lead to other fun things like constipation, restlessness, and so on.

If you have any questions, feel free to ask.

All the best! :)

**Sorry for the long post
 Quoting: Canadian_K



Thank you for that post.

I'm being treated as a Stage 4 patient. Still not sure on the protein walls and stuff, but he called what I am getting "Chop"

It may adjust as more the pathology reports come back and they get a final picture. Thanks for the advice.
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I think maybe that is incorrect.

Lots of survivors out there would wonder what your source for that is.
 Quoting: FatalW1shes


right use your brain

ill use layman's terms to help you understand

a cancer is encased by a sack produced by the body to keep it from spreading. if you pierce this sack then the cancer cells inside it can spread.

ok simple enough yet??

secondly

ALL chemotherapy drugs are carcinogens, as in they cause cancer.

so if your really don't have cancer they will damn sure make sure you do!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 38308302


They did a CT needle biopsy. The tumor is right under my stomach wall. I'm not too worried about it "spreading" due to the biopsy.

I know chemo is bad but um...I think the success rate is higher than many give it credit for.

Seriously you aren't helping me or others with cancer. I hope you never get it, you'll be in bad shape.
 Quoting: FatalW1shes


sorry op not being mean but the biopsy has sealed your fate.

I wish you the best of luck and to go with as least pain as possible.
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Don't say that. You don't know. Kindly keep your negative comments to yourself.
But the natural man receiveth not the things of the Spirit of God: for they are foolishness unto him: neither can he know them, because they are spiritually discerned.
I Corinthians 2:14

God doesn't choose favorites.. They choose HIM

It is not the greatness of my faith that moves mountains but my faith in the greatness of God
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btw NO ONE survives chemotherapy
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That is NOT TRUE!!

BE GONE!!
But the natural man receiveth not the things of the Spirit of God: for they are foolishness unto him: neither can he know them, because they are spiritually discerned.
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God doesn't choose favorites.. They choose HIM

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