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  • 22 days ago

    Welcome to the Cancer Message Board!

    We are so excited to finally be able to share our new boards with you! Just a few housekeeping things to go over before you get started: - Bookmark this page so you can easily find us any time. - Make sure you check back frequently as conversations are always being added and expanded. - Head on over to your Message Board profile (just click on your account avatar in the top right corner of the page) to update your personal story and add a photo. Don’t see what you’re looking for? -Look through the....
  • 22 days ago

    Cutaneous T Cell Lymphoma

    Also known as Mycosis Funguodes - Can you advise if there has been any research progress in fighting this disease?
  • 23 days ago

    Joint soother for colon cancer survivor?

    My grandma is 81 years old and she had colon cancer 7 years ago and she survived that. Now she has osteophytic and want to release that pain by taking joint soother. I am just wondering is it safe for her to do so?
  • 23 days ago

    Irritation

    I had a double mastectomy in 2014. I take Letrozole. Every now and them I get scratchy irritations on my breast area and sometimes a dull pain. So worried..I have been doing Bone Density and yearly CT scans and all is good. Any info will be helpful. Thanks VP
  • 28 days ago

    What Does Mean To Have Enlarged Thyroid?

    What is a goiter? Cross area of neck demonstrating the thyroid organ A goiter is a broadened thyroid organ. A goiter can imply that all the thyroid organ is swollen or augmented, or at least one swellings or protuberances create in a section or parts of the thyroid. The thyroid organ is in the lower some portion of the front of the neck. It lies just before the windpipe (trachea). It has a privilege and left flap which are associated together by a restricted band of thyroid tissue. It is generally....

  • 29 days ago

    PSA levels

    Can someone tell me what are typical variations in PSA levels - from week to week, or month to month, or test to test, etc.?
  • 30 days ago

    Blood clot in breast after lumpectomy surgery

    I recently had a lumpectomy went for my two-week check-up bruising and swelling still there following week went to Medical oncologist and radiation oncologist both confirmed a blood clot this morning breast is harder and blood clot is visible is this normal what are the next steps
  • 30 days ago

    New strange mole, should I be concerned?

    Lately the sun has been out and has been lovely. I have been out in it where I usually never go out. Anyway, I have a mole (or what I believe is a mole) appear just under my right arm in the pit area. I felt this when I woke up this morning and though "what the hell". I'm not picking it off because it is sensitive as a mole would be if you try rip it off but it looks strange so I am hoping I can get a response on webMD before taking it further with the hospital. See the image I uploaded....

  • 1 month ago

    Scab on scalp that won't heal

    About a month ago, I had a, I think, sebaceous cyst on my scalp rupture by itself. It gave me a few annoyances, but after a couple of days of drainage, the spot (about 1/4 of a centimeter in diameter) scabbed over and everything seemed to be healing correctly. The scab has never healed though. The color is a standard darker brown color. Very similar to any other ordinary scab. Hasn't changed in size. It doesn't hurt or itch. The picture is a little red because I was picking at it pretty furiously....

  • 1 month ago

    Types of Thyroid cancer

    1. Papillary carcinoma Papillary carcinoma is the most well-known type of thyroid cancer, representing roughly 80 percent of cases. Papillary carcinomas are moderate developing, separated cancers that create from follicular cells and can create in one or both flaps of the thyroid organ. This kind of thyroid cancer may spread to adjacent lymph hubs in the neck, however it is for the most part treatable with a decent visualization. 2. Follicular carcinoma Follicular carcinoma is the second most basic....