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I'm Angierawls, and I'm a survivor of Ovarian Cancer
I have the same issue with my hair right now. I'm 5 months past chemo and my hair is this really awkward wave/curl that I can't do anything with. The front looks fine, but the back is looking weird...
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Hi, I'm GRACIE B.
Hi. I just wanted to say hi and introduce myself. I just started my journey. Just finishing up Round 2 of R-EPOC.
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Hi, I'm Betti
Cancer is not a death sentence. Think positive thoughts and I'll say a prayer for you.
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  • about 5 hours ago ·
Hi, I'm VERONICA F.
I took Tamoxifin for 5 and one half years. Please think before you stop. I did take many supplements and I got to lifting weights. It was hard and the left side of me never felt it was keep up ...
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  • Thu Jun 4, 2020 · Like1
Hi, I'm DOUGLAS W H.
I was diagnosed with Multiple Myeloma in 2017. Went through chemo and a stem cell transplant at Penn 2 years ago. It went well. I now take Revlimid 5mg. If 10 or 15 mg are causing you to be very ...
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Hi, I'm Coco
I have AIHA aka Cold Agglutinin Disease ~ I've had blood transfusions over the yrs & more recently Rituxan. I'm allergic to high doses of steroids therefore I don't take them. I've been living w/...
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  • Wed Jun 3, 2020 ·
Hi, I'm Brian A.
I need Someone who understands this blood disorder. I have been diagnosed for 5 years, hospitalized 4 times, and still the Hospital refused to acknowledge this disorder and treat it. I am learni...
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  • Wed Jun 3, 2020 ·
Hi, I'm Betti
I feel I may have gained some weight the 5 years I was on it. I have now been off of it for almost 2 years and things have started getting better.
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  • Wed Jun 3, 2020 ·
Hi, I'm nskateh
I would suggest going to an Ear Nose Throat doctor (ENT). I went myself due to excess mucus and sinus problems associated with my multiple myeloma and AL Amyloidosis that caused my sinuses to act u...
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  • Tue Jun 2, 2020 · Like1
Hi, I'm Betti
Alteplase is what was injected into the port to get the port open. I just decided it was in my best interest to get it removed as I don't want to go through what I did on Thursday every 6 weeks wh...
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  • Sun May 31, 2020 ·

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