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Charlie Sill Jun 25
OK gang...day two of my three-day 5FU infusion. It is rough,yes. It is uncomfy, sure. I deal with it every two weeks. If bitchy charlie shows up...take it not personally. is relentless. Stay well my friends!!
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Ivanhoe Big, MD 3m
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Eva 3m
CT scan came back clean!! Yay! So the cancer is only in my colon which is way better than it could have been. Now just have to wait on a surgery date.
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Get Your Rear in Gear - Boston Jun 19
Did you know that affects men and women equally? Learn more at .
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CBC Thunder Bay 6h
.⁦⁩ Less 'playing with your poop': introduces new colon cancer home screening kit
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Aurelia Coleman Jun 20
is like a date .. it's Exactly what I expected and hard to stomach!!
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Dr. Jay Chokshi Jun 25
Incidences of are low in India, but there has been a steady rise in past years. Learn about . Adequate knowledge and immediate medical attention will only be helpful in fighting it.
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FrederickNationalLab 3h
Thank you for sharing, Dr. Lou!
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Central Regional Cancer Program Jun 25
Getting checked for is easier than before in Ontario, with a new at-home test that requires just one sample. Find out more:
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Colonoscopy Assist 23h
The most effective way to prevent diagnosis of colon cancer is to get screened. Colonoscopies are a screening method that can detect early signs of colon cancer development as well as remove any precancerous polyps that can form within the colon.
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North York General Jun 25
The fecal immunochemical test (FIT) screens people at average risk for . If the test comes back positive, the next step is a colonoscopy. NYGH can provide an appointment for a FIT + colonoscopy within 10 business days. Learn more about FIT:
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Summit Imaging, Inc. 24h
Colon Cancer affects men and women equally! If you have signs or symptoms, call your doctor right away.
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Cancer Care Ontario Jun 24
Find out how to get checked for at home with a simple, safe & painless test:
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Targeted Oncology 4h
We spoke with Dr. Bekaii-Saab about the phase III BEACON CRC study, evaluating the efficacy and safety of triplet encorafenib, binimetinib, and cetuximab in patients with BRAF V600E+ mCRC who received up to 2 lines of prior therapy.
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Angela Wright Jun 25
Last night was rough😪 the pain hurt so bad. When will be residual effects from the chemo treatment ever end. I just want to feel better.
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Stanford Medicine Jun 23
Up to 80% of metastatic colorectal cancers are likely to have spread before the original tumor has exceeded the size of a poppy seed, according to a study of nearly 3,000 patients by senior author Christina Curtis and her colleagues.
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ColorectalCancerCDA Jun 22
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Toronto Central RCP 24h
The at-home test Ontarians use to get checked for has changed, and it’s easier & more effective than before. Learn more:
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CREW NonProfit Jun 23
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Harrogate CCG 24h
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jj singleton 3h
Cancer Treatment #66 got my chemo days playlist with As well as the amazing book by to get me through this one
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