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  • bjcj1001 has replied to a post on the message board

    Sadly my husband lost his battle in January.  They diagnosed him as having a year to live and he made it 11 months.  He fought it until the bitter end.  They tried 3 or 4 different chemo treatments on him, but the cancer was spreading twice as fast as any chemo could help.

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      My husband was diagnosed with stage 4 Neuroendocrine Carcinoma in February.  He has been a heavy drinking for 20+ years, but right before and for about a month after his diagnosis, he had lost the desire to drink.  He said it just didn't taste right anymore.  However, after about a month, he began drinking again.  Because of his weight loss, he can't drink as many beers as he could before to reach...

      August 04, 2016 view discussion
      • bjcj1001 has replied to a post on the message board

        Thank you!!!! He is 42 years old and was in fairly good health prior to the diagnosis in February. He had issues with his sciatica nerve in the past so when his hip/lower back started hurting around the first of the year, he just assumed that's all it was. It wasn't until the end of January that he started complaining of no energy. He actually thought he might have the flu or something because he just felt off. Th...

        April 21, 2016 view post
        • bjcj1001 has replied to a post on the message board

          My husband was diagnosed with Stage 4 Neuroendocrine Carcinoma in February. They found tumors in his hip, his neck & in his chest area, although they say he has a little bit all throughout his body. He's had 5 rounds of radiation treatment & is currently undergoing his second session of chemotherapy. He says he's feeling better, yet the doctor gave him a 12 month prognosis. Anyone that has success stories (or any sto...

          April 21, 2016 view post
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