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Stacy Hurt Sep 17
I was diagnosed on my birthday with stage IV and given a less than 10% chance of surviving 5 years- today I get to celebrate telling the statistics to screw off 👎🏻🥳
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Courtney Maurer 9h
Had a great time at the ! It was a little rainy we made the best of it!
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Cancer Health 12h
Many people with do not develop symptoms until its late stages, when it is harder to treat. This is why screening is important for prevention.
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Amy Oliveira, MD Sep 18
Informative and engaging Radiology Grand Rounds lecture this on CT Colonography by . So much active research to improve patient care and ongoing advocacy by the
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Ann Ritchie Sep 18
Starting chemo...again on Tuesday. Would love prayers or good thoughts if you have a moment.
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Arnold Martin Sep 21
My Mother Will Visit My Deceased Aunt Tomorrow Due To Colon Cancer 😔🥀🌇 —
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Courtney Maurer 11h
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J 4h
Grateful that the good folks/fam at Faith Uncut Podcast let me share my story. Check it out.
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Clinical Genomics Sep 17
Missi considers herself lucky because she received treatment before it was too late. Her was discovered at Stage 2 when she was only 44 years old.
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SheridanFolger Sep 20
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Alexandre Yazigi Sep 18
Interesting to avoid patients neuropathy due to Oxaliplatin but intriguing : it is quite usual to switch to FOLFOX because of muscular cramps secondary to higher dose in CAPOX🤔 Any ideas ?
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Sandra Diephouse 11h
Replying to @elpunoFL
I fought surgery and nasty 2 years out. Good so far.
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Dr. John Bartemus Sep 20
Do you have a family history of ? If so, dont believe the dogma that it is 100% genetic and there is nothing you can do. That is FALSE. This article from the World Journal of Gastroenterology explains…
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Courtney Maurer Sep 20
This weekend is the GYRIG 5k! If it doesn't rain out! Can't wait to rep this awesome survivor bib Sunday! ✔ ur: 💙💪
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Texas Gastro Inst. Sep 18
IS preventable and treatable!
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Lynn M. O'Connor M.D Sep 18
9/11 first responder Luis Alvarez died from that was linked to the attacks. This week, his family was presented with a Key to the City in his honor.
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Fight Colorectal Cancer Sep 20
We’re here to walk you through it from the day of diagnosis through survivorship.Your Guide in the Fight is a 3-part book designed to empower and point you toward trusted, credible resources.
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Stage4Golf 13h
Waking up a bit “sleepy” after dreaming of the day at Sleepy Hollow Country Club with good friend @hafelej_ny. See ya soon 🤞
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SheridanFolger Sep 20
Our team is only $75.00 away from our $1500.00 goal for The Seacoast Cancer 5k!! We still have One More Day! Please consider donating to our amazing team. Thank you!!
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Logan Bailey Sep 14
Family is not always blood related. Family is someone who stays by your side through anything and everything. That is family.
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