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I'm Craig G, and I am surviving with Melanoma.
1) If possible, consider joining a local cancer support group if possible. A very hot topic is how much you like your oncologist. Not just like, but various treatment options, many various things w...
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  • Tue Oct 20, 2009 ·
I'm Sam Malone, and I'm surviving Melanoma
Thanks! I think that I've decided to write my entire life's story (at least to the point I'm at when I finish writing...). I've begun work on a time-line and just jotting down specific catch word...
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  • Wed Oct 21, 2009 · Like1
I'm Sam Malone, and I'm surviving Melanoma
I posted this on my blog earlier, but also believe it is worth discussion, so I'm going to post it here as well. I hope that it does not offend anyone, but I tend to focus on facts more than belie...
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  • Tue Oct 6, 2009 ·
Hi, I'm Tracey Miller
Is anyone in the clinical trial for this drug? Just looking for information.
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  • Wed Sep 30, 2009 ·
I'm Michael Temple, and I'm living with Lymphoma, Non-Hodgkin's, Stage 2
http://forums.lymphoma.com/ This site mentioned above I found to be very helpful especially when you are trying to compare your experience to others or ask questions you are afraid to ask your m...
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  • Wed Sep 30, 2009 · Like2
I'm Craig G, and I am surviving with Melanoma.
I have my weak moments, but I have never really considered anything but going through this. My most basic thought is that I prefer to live as long as I can. I can not judge your situation, but ...
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  • Tue Nov 3, 2009 ·
I'm Sam Malone, and I'm surviving Melanoma
I received confirmation late last week stating that the lesion on my ear was infact, squamouc cell carcinoma. It is believed that the shave biopsy, curettage and electrodessication competed the tr...
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  • Mon Sep 28, 2009 · Like1
I'm Misty, and I'm living with Melanoma
Another odd side effect of interferon, is that my eyelashes grew crazy long. So long that I had to trim them. It was weird. Also, my nails got really thin and brittle. They were always getting ...
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  • Wed Sep 16, 2009 · Like1
I'm Kaitlin, and I survived Hogkin's Lymphoma
I had a port-o-cath during my treatment and it was removed shortly after I finished my treatment. I don't even think it was an option. Since it is a directly line to your circulatory system, I woul...
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  • Tue Jan 12, 2010 · Like1
I'm Victoria Tumblin, and I'm living with Melanoma
I had a general oncologist, but I sought out several melanoma specialist over a period of 4 years. I went to Duke University, Johns Hopkins University, and the Medical College of Virginia. Things...
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  • Fri Sep 4, 2009 ·

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