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Hi, I'm Bobbie S A.
Attn Post #4: unfortunately, Opdivo did not work for me either; however I know others have experienced great success from it. After I took it for a couple of months, the cancer spread to my lungs...
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  • Mon Oct 12, 2020 ·
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  • Mon Oct 12, 2020 ·
Hello, I'm the Community Assistant for Navigating Care. Thank you for joining our Community and engaging in some of our discussions. We appreciate you taking the time to reach out to us to provid...
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  • Sat Oct 10, 2020 ·
Hi, I'm Betti
Have you talked with your doctor(s) about your problems with the medication? Perhaps there is something different that can be prescribed. You probably shouldn't stop it on your own, please talk w...
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  • Fri Oct 9, 2020 ·
I'm Josepireh12, and I support someone with cancer
Hello, I'm the Community Assistant for Navigating Care. Thank you for joining our Community and engaging in some of our discussions. We appreciate you taking the time to reach out to us to prov...
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  • Fri Oct 9, 2020 ·
I'm CYNTHIA A U., and I'm a survivor of Stage 0 Breast Cancer
So the age old answer is "it depends". It depends on the type of chemo you are getting, frequency of treatments and your own pre-chemo health. I had 4 treatments of liposomal doxorubicin and carbop...
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  • Mon Oct 5, 2020 ·
I'm Elizabeth Acosta, and I support someone with cancer
We recently got a second opinion and it felt like the whole was removed from our shoulders. The chief oncologist from Sylvester Cancer in Miami told us it should be only 4 treatments before surgery...
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  • Mon Oct 5, 2020 · Like1
Hi, I'm Nanci
Doing both of those! The constipation from the nausea meds is awful! But once I get through the initial stages after treatment I start going regularly again.
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  • Mon Oct 5, 2020 ·
Hi, I'm MILDRED P.
Hi, My husband was diagnosed with Matle Cell Lymphoma stage 4 in October of 2018. He had several rounds of chemo before he received his Stem Cell Transplant. He received chemo here in the cities bu...
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  • Mon Oct 5, 2020 · Like1

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