Seven years NED this week

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Buckeye
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Re: Seven years NED this week

Postby Buckeye » Wed Mar 08, 2017 4:49 pm

So happy for you ! Congratulations!
Dx 10/20/15 stage 1 T1N0M0 1.3cmx1.1cmx1cm low grade ( well to moderately differentiated) Rectal cancer age 47
Loving Husband and father of two girls age 19 & 15 Sole income provider
CEA <0.5
CT, MRI and PET show no metastatic spread
LAR Laparoscopic TME 11/30/15 with Illo
Pathology clean no lymph node or vascular involvement. Confirmed Stage1
No chemo/rad cancer free now and forever.
Illo reversal 01/26/16

justin case
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Location: Katy, Texas

Re: Seven years NED this week

Postby justin case » Sun Mar 19, 2017 5:46 pm

dianetavegia wrote:
justin case wrote:
dianetavegia wrote:HI Tex and congratulations!
Your sig is confusing. Stage III/IV ??

My tests are at the end of this month/ beginning of April. UGH

T4, means an intrusion beyond the colon, not stage 4 . Dianna


Their signature says
Dx Stage IIIc/IV CC 2/09
Rectal staging is greek to me but this appears to be saying either/ or III or IV.
perhaps II was wrong, thank goodness I'm getting older ! 8)
7/11 diagnosed Stage 2 colon and rectal cancer
chemo/rad
lar/temp ilio
Reversal & port removal
21 round of chemo Folfox 9tx, 5fu 12 tx
Last treatment July 2012

Peranadar
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Re: Seven years NED this week

Postby Peranadar » Sun Mar 19, 2017 10:45 pm

This is my favourite post I've read here.
:)

Ajane
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Re: Seven years NED this week

Postby Ajane » Tue Mar 21, 2017 8:47 am

Thanks for posting and congratulations!
7/13, T2, G3, Ultra-low. CEA 5.7 KRAS Wild, MSS
8-9/13 6 wks Xeloda/radiation
12/13 TEM pCR NED
5/15 CEA 4.6 PET 1.5 cm met, UL Lobectomy
6-10/15: Rounds 1-2 Xelox+Avastin; 3-8 Folfox+Avastin
10/15-4/16: 12 rounds Avastin
9/2016 CEA 4.2, 12 mm AP node
11/2016 CEA 4.3. PET/CT. 16mm AP nodal met removed
4 wks chemorad
2/2017 NED CEA 2.4
Carafate to tx esophageal ulcers caused by rad
Avastin maintenance postponed

2 Corinthians 12:9

fumaros
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Re: Seven years NED this week

Postby fumaros » Tue Mar 21, 2017 3:01 pm

Congratulations 7 years is a great marker to reach.
Diagnosed 4/8/16, age 29
Colectomy 4/20/16
Stage III, T4bN1 Tumor 7x6.5x2. Muscinous Adenocarcinoma with SRC features
2/16 lymph nodes
CEA 4/14/16 - 16.8
CEA 6/2/16 - 1.9
CEA 6/17/16 - 0.87, 7/16 - 1.33, 12/16 - 1.14, 4/17 - 0.6, 7/17 - 0.5
FOLFOX began 6/24/16 - 11/25/16
10 round FOLFOX, 2 round 5-FU & Leucovorin
MRI & CT 8/16 - NED, CT 12/16 - 7/17 - NED

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RobSilvansson
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Re: Seven years NED this week

Postby RobSilvansson » Tue Mar 21, 2017 3:58 pm

Redtexa5 wrote:Well folks thought I would drop by and check in and say I am still here. All you people that are just diagnosed I am proof you can come out the other side of this thing and I assure you NOBODY thought I would be seeing 2017 when I was diagnosed in 2009. Take it from me, being stopped in the halls of the hospital by strange doctors and being told they had heard about you is more than a little disconcerting, but I am still here and not looking at leaving anytime soon. Baylor Scott & White’s bona fide medical miracle right here, not the type of recognition I ever looked for but what can you do.


Jay you still around down there in New Zealand? Hope everything is well with you.

Take care all

Redtexa5


Wow that's great news! Keep rocking man! :)
Mum dx 05/14 stage IIa colon cancer (screen detected) at age 68
06/14 splenic flexure colectomy
No chemo needed (low risk); supplements (curcumin, polydatin, lactoferrin, etc.)
NED at follow-ups
02/17 lump in armpit biopsy
03/17 dx occult breast cancer (er+, pr+, her2+)
05/17 surgery (axillary lymph node dissection: four nodes affected)


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