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Homepage – Forum Forums Monthly Treatment Calendar Calendar for November 2014 – Who’s up for surgeries, tests and treatments?

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    Hi Everyone: It’s that time again…Another month has passed the halfway mark. Who’s got “stuff” in November? Nothing for me but I’m wishing the best for those that do. Prayers and blessings to everyone.

    Rick B

    Nothing for me this month…wishing everyone a very favorable outcome for all treatments in November.



    CT was this morning and cysto on the 18th so that the surgeon has his own ‘view’ of things.
    Then, hopefully we can put off doing the RC until spring when my support system hubby is more available.


    CT scan on the 12th. Just started round three of chemo yesterday. Apart from withering fatigue and some weight loss, the side effects are very manageable. Seeing some other folks at chemo getting treated who are so much more seriously affected has a way of making us count our blessings.



    Hope the CT Scan today shows good results from the chemo treatments, Greg.
    Thinking of you.


    Hi everyone, sounds like people have lots going on, as do I, this month. As I said previously on this forum, this bladder cancer is the third cancer I’ve been dealing with in the last almost 5 years. We thought the colon and lung cancers were not an issue at the present time, but a CT scan earlier this month have proven otherwise. The cancer in my lung is back and at this point, we’re not sure about the colon. I just had a PET scan on Monday, so will know the results when I meet with my doctor next Monday. Apparently, the bladder cancer I have is not related to the other cancers so I don’t know where that came from. The results of the PET scan should be interesting if I’m going to be dealing with 3 different cancers at the same time with 3 different surgeons involved. I don’t how to do that, but I sure hope they do. This whole cancer thing is keeping me busier with medical apts. surgeries, etc. than when I was working full-time. (The pay is not quite as good though.) The not-knowing is crazy-making for sure.

    Anyone else have a similar experience?


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