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Hi, I'm Hope R P.
Thank you for your time and helping me try to understand this better but this is right off my labs…. Value. Reference Thyroglobolin. 0.4 ng/mL. 0.0-55.0 "". Antibodies. <20.0. 0.0-40.0 Agai...
  • Sun Jan 29, 2017 ·
I'm Randall H T., and I'm a survivor of Other Cancer
Good afternoon - I was diagnosed with Zollinger-Ellison Syndrome in November 2016, and asking if anyone else out there has received the same.
  • Fri Jan 20, 2017 · Like1
Hi, I'm Janet L D.
If anyone else has been told they have Waldenstrom's Disease, lease tell me how it was initially diagnosed and what your treatment is.
  • Sat Jan 14, 2017 ·
Hi, I'm Victoria L M.
To Posrs,12 & 13, thanks for your reply. Someone told me grape seed extract for hair loss. Have either of you heard of that?
  • Sat Dec 24, 2016 · Like2
Hi, I'm Holsku
Good question Jerry. I'm just a patient so I don't know the answer. But you could ask some one at the center, maybe they will know!
  • Tue Dec 20, 2016 · Like3
Hi, I'm Jeffrey G.
I am the guy from Post #5, Mon Feb 8, 2016. I was diagnosed Christmas 2015 with Stage IV non small cell adenocarcinoma. I have been taking Afatanib (Gilotrif) for ten months now. Up until now,...
  • Sat Dec 17, 2016 ·
I'm Crystal897, and I support someone with cancer
Have you gone to see a dentist? It seems like that would be the best and easiest way to figure out what actually your problem is. If a dental emergency arises, the treatment plan should be discuss...
  • Mon Dec 5, 2016 · Like3
Hi, I'm Rose D.
Sweetheart, are you still there? I hope you have found help or peace.
  • Sun Dec 4, 2016 · Like2
Hi, I'm Lorraine
I've learned that it's a common side effect of the chemotherapy drug Xeloda a.k.a. capecitabine used to treat colorectal and breast cancer. Usually starts about 2-3 wks after starting it. Usually t...
  • Fri Nov 25, 2016 · Like4
Hi, I'm Cathy S.
Are you a breast cancer survivor looking for a fun way to exercise in a loving and supportive group environment? Please join our breast cancer paddling team, the Mammoglams, for an Open House Nove...
  • Wed Nov 2, 2016 ·

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