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  • Joelle.aw has replied to a post on the message board

    Thanks Edwin for sharing your tips on battling with this beast. Ur story has definitely given alot of patients out there hope and motivation to live on. Hope you can continue to share your success story n you can beat this! Appreciate for responding n God bless u Best wishes, Jo

    March 10, 2018 view post
    • Joelle.aw has replied to a post on the message board

      Thanks for replying n I'm happy for u that ur biopsy of the lymph nodes r clean. This is not an easy journey n I appreciate you out there supporting n sharing your experience. Hope u stay cancer free n good health always

      February 28, 2018 view post
      • Joelle.aw has replied to a post on the message board

        Dear IMRisbe, Thanks for sharing. How long ago did u have the surgery? My dad finds that drinking grape juices n moving around do help with the blockage. R u on any medication/supplements? 

        February 23, 2018 view post
        • Joelle.aw has replied to a post on the message board

          Yes my dad is on FLOT. 4 rounds and the tumor shrank and hes able to go for the op! Its one of the best regimen to go for, and be positive. Wishing you and your mum thebest 

          February 23, 2018 view post
          • Joelle.aw has replied to a post on the message board

            Hi Bill, Glad to know you r in good health. Wanted to check if you have any post op chemo ? My dad had his TG in Jan 2018 and had been having bouts of bowel blockage. He is too weak to undergo chemo. Wondering if anyone has done well without a post op chemo. Appreciate your advice

            February 23, 2018 view post
            • Joelle.aw has replied to a post on the message board

              Dear Djthx, Your story is inspiring and motivational and thank you for sharing. Did you have chemo and what regimen were you on? Also, other than curcumin, are there other supplements you find that it has worked for you? My dad just had his surgery but he has denied further treatments. I am letting him try curcumin and reishi.  Wishing you good health always. 

              February 23, 2018 view post
              • Joelle.aw has created a new message board discussion

                Dear fellow survivors and caregivers out there, my dad was diagnosed with stage 3b gastric carcinoma in Aug 2017, 10 out of 60 lymph nodes affected, and had his neo adjuvant chemo from Oct - Dec 2017 (FLOT reginmen) and a total gastractomy in Jan 2018.  Due to abdominal adhesion he has several bouts of bowel obstruction and led to a 2nd surgery to remove the tissue scars.  In any case, my dad is feeling r...

                February 23, 2018 view discussion
                • Joelle.aw has replied to a post on the message board

                  Hi. I am happy to hear that your mum is not showing much symptoms of the disease. Is her cancer cells poorly differentiated or well differentiated? Because well differentiated could take years to progress. 

                  October 09, 2017 view post
                  • Joelle.aw has created a new message board discussion

                    Hi my dad of 65 was diagnosed with stage 4a stomach cancer . Both onco and surgeon propose a FLOT regime with a 15% chance of 5 year survival . He is feeling great, zero symptoms at all n has a hearty appetite. I'm just wondering if any stage 4 patients experience similar with no symptoms. It is just astounding and Any advice if I should send him t chemo or try alternative treatment Thank you

                    October 08, 2017 view discussion
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