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Unread 02-17-2004, 07:30 AM
Angio sarcoma(cancer)

Hi Ladies(waving hello)
I was diagnosed with cancer of the bone(in my shoulder)2 years ago,had my shoulder removed and had VERY strong chemo.
4 days in hospital chemo stright,go home 2 weeks later go back in.This was for 6 mo.Doing good,but you know how it goes,every 3mo in for my scanes.

I know this is not a female cancer but I was hoping I can join you all for some support.

p.s my spelling is very bad so please forgive.:hair:


Christine


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Unread 02-17-2004, 09:46 AM
Angio sarcoma(cancer)

Hi Christine!

Hey cancer is cancer. Yours sounds very painful. They took your shoulder out? Ouch! My primary cancer was vaginal, but a couple of months ago they thought it might have spread to my bones. I had to have a needle biopsy. I have to tell you, it was really scary. There is something about bone cancer that is extra frightening. I am glad you are doing well.

I know what you mean about the 3 month checkups. I go for one today with my Gun/Onc. This is my second one since finishing treatment. For some reason, I get really nervous and jumpy. I do not know if he will order scans or not. I do not know how often I will be getting them.

I am glad you found your way here Christine. Take Care.


Sharon
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Unread 02-17-2004, 09:56 AM
Angio sarcoma(cancer)

Dear Chris,

I'm sorry that you are having to deal with bone cancer, but it sounds like you've gotten right on it with treatments and check-ups. I'm praying that you'll be free of it from here on!

One of our hostesses found some links that you might want to check out for further support and information.

A LEGACY OF HOPE! Cancer Support and Encouragement:
http://www.legacyofhope.org/

Cancer Society - Support and Patient Information:
http://www.cancersoc.org.nz/html/pa...nt_03_index.php

Living With Cancer; Providing support and information:
http://living-with-cancer.org/lwc/forum/104

Because your bone cancer is apparently not gyn-related, and the mission of Hystersisters is focused on offering support to women experiencing hysterectomy-related issues, we suggest that you use a different support group for dealing with the bone cancer. The links above should be of some assistance, and you may find others as well!

We hope that you don't take this as any lack of hospitality on our part, but we do hope that you'll be able to find support that is focused more specifically on the cancer issues that you are experiencing. And, of course, we hope that you'll be well!

Thanks for understanding!

Blessings.
Marlene
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