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Richard

Richard
Bio: 67 year old veteran, gay with 3 dachshunds living in Los Angeles. celi-bracy(celebrating my celibacy) for the last 15 years. always stayed fit and felt as if I was taking care of my body quite well..... this just goes to show that in this journey we call "life"... nature/nuture have their own will and power over our body...all we can…more
Cancer Type: Anal Cancer
Stage of Cancer: Stage 3 cancer
Medical Term for the Type of Cancer: squamous cell carcionoma
Anal Cancer Symptoms: a week after having completed my PSA and urine tests(5/22/18), i noticed blood in the toilet and completed the F.I.T--fecal immunochemical test.... I forgot to mail it in and drove to the VA and had them give me another one, did it and that afternoon i returned it...two days later i received a call to schedule a…more
Chemotherapy Description, Dates & Side Effects: AM NOT USING THE 5-FU....INSTEAD ITS CAPECITABINE 500MG

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ME

ME
Cancer Type: Anal Cancer
Stage of Cancer: Stage 3B cancer

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Kathleen

Kathleen
Cancer Type: Anal Cancer
Stage of Cancer: Stage 1 cancer
Medical Term for the Type of Cancer: Squamous cell anal carcinoma
Anal Cancer Symptoms: Bleeding, small lump, soreness upon riding my bike
Surgery Description, Dates & Side Effects: July 25 2017. Removal of what was thought to be a benign anal growth. I expect some degree of soreness will be permanent.
Chemotherapy Description, Dates & Side Effects: The standard cocktail via portable bag and IV. Fatigue, hair loss, minor nausea, minor mouth sores.

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Mitzi

Mitzi
Cancer Type: Anal Cancer

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July 14, 2018

San Antonio, Texas 78218

September 21, 1946

Cancer Info

Anal Cancer

June 12

Stage 3A

Yes

Fluorouracil (5-FU)

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