An apology

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Re: An apology

Postby aja1121 » Tue Jun 09, 2015 8:36 am

We have all had those days. Even though I kept out of the fray, I TOTALLY understood where you were coming from. Taking the high road gets pretty old sometimes but you're a good man for doing it. I am selfishly glad you aren't leaving because your posts always make me smile!
05/23/14 DH dx Stage 3B rectal ca (age 41)
6/2014 chemorad | 10/2014 LAR, all nodes clean
FOLFOX x 10 | VATS/lung met | ileo reversal
09/15 local recurrence
10/15 colostomy
11/15 FOLFIRI x 4, major growth
02/16 tumor debulked
Stable ten months on Xeloda/Avastin
Growth on clinical trials NCT02024607 (BBI608 + FOLFIRI), NCT02817633 (anti-PD-1 + anti-TIM-3), NCT03175224 (c-Met inhibitor)
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Re: An apology

Postby ktwmn » Tue Jun 09, 2015 9:44 am

aja1121 wrote:We have all had those days. Even though I kept out of the fray, I TOTALLY understood where you were coming from. Taking the high road gets pretty old sometimes but you're a good man for doing it. I am selfishly glad you aren't leaving because your posts always make me smile!

I second that!
Dx 7/11, Stage IIIc CC
12 txs Folfox 8/2011-2/2012
MSS, KRAS-mut G12D
NED until 3/2015, mets to liver and peritoneum
April-December 2015: 15 txs folfiri+avastin
Liver mets resolved; pelvic met remains
January-May 2016: folfox+avastin; allergic rxn to oxi
June-August 2016: 5FU+avastin
October 2016: looking into immuno trial
January 2017: maintenance chemo xeloda + avastin

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Re: An apology

Postby vilca11 » Tue Jun 09, 2015 12:11 pm

No apology needed as far as I am concerned.... Love and hugs, my dear Kenny.... Vilca
11/2005 CC stage 1, F,50yo@dx
Mod dif adenocar, MSS, APC, TP53, CEAs1.6-4.8
1/12 1met liver@Vena Cava, RFA, 3oxi,11 5FU
8/13 2 mets same place,SBRT
4/14 2 Xeliri+Avastin
5/14 Nano Knife liver same 2 mets
6/14 2 Xeliri, ADAPT
4/15 PET, 2 same mets,Cryo Liver
5/15 MJ Oil, Herbs, Suppl, ADAPT
10/15 PET, same area, doubled in size, high SUV
10/15 RH, HAI, visceral involv., no LN
2/16 red FF, 50% red dose FUDR, CEA trends up
3/16 CT, PET, MRI L.Lobe all in small tumors
4/16 No acceptable options, going home

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Re: An apology

Postby Sharon Brent » Tue Jun 09, 2015 12:24 pm

Hey Kenny,
I go away for a few days and the sh@# hits the fan
don't know what you are sorry about, but whatever it is, I'm sure we have all had our bad days and disagreements so don't worry yourself my friend, post on...... But take a breath, read what you wrote, adjust is necessary then submit.
OMG I sound like a School teacher
Sending you hugs and kisses from London
DH, 47yo, Dx Stg IV, mCRC, lvr, lng 1/14, Tx Capeciabine 9 rnds
Children 5 & 1
DH 48th Birthday 6 November in Hospital
Home palliative care on 12 November 2014
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Re: An apology

Postby Danieljt » Tue Jun 09, 2015 3:44 pm

Ok Kenny, let's all just move on from here. No apology was needed. If I appologized for everything I said id probably have more friends. Don't sweet the small stuff.

70 male stage 3b cc
Dx 5/9/14
Resection 7/1/14
dx 9/14
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Re: An apology

Postby Cb75 » Tue Jun 09, 2015 4:17 pm


You are one of the most loving and caring people I have met here, or elsewhere....

cb <3
39y female Stage IV
diagnosed April 2012
sigmoid resect May 2012
liver resect Aug 2012
Folfox Oct 2012
lungs Sep 2013
R and L laser lung resection Nov 2013/Feb 2014
FOLFIRI and Avastin Apr 2014 ongoing...

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Re: An apology

Postby BrownBagger » Tue Jun 09, 2015 4:46 pm

It was getting a little quiet around here, anyway, Kenny.

I concur with what everyone else said. Just keep being you. And if you step over the line, no doubt someone, will let you (or us) know.
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Dx: 3/09, Stage 4 RC
Recurrences: (ongoing, lung, bronchial cavity, ribs)
Major Ops: 6/ RFA: 3 /bronchoscopies: 8
Pelvic radiation: 5 wks. Bronchial radiation—brachytheray: 3 treatments
Chemo Rounds (career):136
Current Chemo Cocktail: Xeloda & Erbitux & Irinotecan biweekly
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Re: An apology

Postby Sandy1962 » Tue Jun 09, 2015 6:37 pm

No need to apologize for just being you! Everyone is different and we will all never agree, but that's what makes us people. Keep posting or I'm gone from here! :D
4/12/2012 CT Scan-1 Liver Met-Stage IV
4/17/2012 Port In -5FU & 5 Weeks Radiation
6/17/2012 Surgery - Removed Rectal,Liver Tumor, & Gallbladder
7/17/2012 CEA <0.5
12/16/2013 PET Clear CEA <0.5

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Re: An apology

Postby tdsamal » Wed Jun 10, 2015 1:22 am

Absolutely no apology necessary! You can't be sorry for something that you did not mean. The internet lets people take things that are said out of context from how it was meant. That can cause all sorts of trouble. Just be the crazy, funny insane guy that you are. Help us all get through this CANCER crap!
Dx st IV CC & colon resection 11/09
Way to much to list
Last recurrence December 2017

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Re: An apology

Postby Nik Colon » Wed Jun 10, 2015 1:54 am

just wanted to add I make mistakes all the time even now as we or some of you may know but holy hell if you would have seen some of my posts on Facebook before you knew me let's just say yeah. not that they were against anybody but I would sometimes go on rants when I get really pissed off then of course I would delete them then I would disable my Facebook for a few days and come back on then back and forth having bad days ranting then be happy then rant again then back and forth and back and forth and I was a mess lol so pretty much everything I see doesn't offend me, it's only if it REALLY crosses the line, but my line is pretty thick! :twisted:

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