I am new to this discussion program Even though I have been fighting Ovarian C for over 5yrs. I call Cancer C I am angry and do not want to let it have its idenity. Its my way of fighting. I am currently going to have weekly chemo. I have been allergic to most of the treatments I have had in the past. My concerns are this new chemo and its side efects its called Gemzar. I welcome all replies I am in desperate need of hearing survior stories. As I would like to one day be able to write mind. In closing I lost my Father to Kidney C in 1994. I am going to fight the fight as long as the good Lord willing God bless you all JulieView Thread
wow Jan reading this made my day I am currently fighting C for my 5th time in almost 6yrs, This tuesday I start a chemo that I will be doing weekly. I want to be in remission asap. Have 4 grandsons and a grand daughter on the way in July. God bless you too JulieView Thread
Dear jarjarbanks I am a 48yr old female fighting Cancer now for almost 6yrs. I was diagonised in 2005 with 3rd stage level c Ovarian Cancer. I too only had pain in my lower left back. I do believe listening too my body save my life from this silent killer. Please see a Gynecologist immediately. Good luck to you.View Thread
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