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5 days ago · Rare cancer: ovarian clear cell carcinoma in Gynecologic Cancers

I hope it is ok to share the names of my MayoAZ oncologists. Dr, Camoiano, gyn/oncologist and Dr. Magrina, gyn/oncology surgeon. Almost all of my treatments were at Mayo, including surgeries and chemos, then when I went home to Hawaii, my additional treatments were carefully outlined and supervised from Mayo. In addition, I received a presentation of what to, what to eat, how to exercise, when to be tested, etc., etc., a great follow up system. I still get blood draws monthly, for CA125 and HE4S, cancer indicators whose results are sent to Mayo. My Mayo oncologists then comment on the results.
Very happy to share any information!

6 days ago · Rare cancer: ovarian clear cell carcinoma in Gynecologic Cancers

Hi Stacy. I would be most interested in hearing of the research you are referring to in Europe and Japan. Was not aware of any innovative treatments in those countries. My treatment was at Mayo Clinic, AZ with what I believe to be the very best oncologists. They are at the front lines of new research, using IP infusions that definitely worked for my stage 3C cancer. I also enjoyed the bedside manner in both my oncologists, one sat with me during my first chemo. They both took calls and SMSs 24/7 and responded immediately. They truly care. I am now in remission, thanks to them.

Wed, May 13 9:54pm · Endometrial Carcinoma: Rare, aggressive, hard to treat but don't worry in Gynecologic Cancers

Susan, you are incredibly strong,which means you can get through this as you have your other diagnoses. You are also very brave. Whatever kind of genes you have or life style or determination, it will see you through this again. Stay brave!

Wed, Apr 1 11:25am · Let’s Go Walking! Join me for a virtual walking support group in Cancer: Managing Symptoms

Becky, please share a photo of your puppy walking or not walking. Animals bring such joy and comfort to our lives at times like this. Thank you!

Sun, Mar 29 3:33pm · Let’s Go Walking! Join me for a virtual walking support group in Cancer: Managing Symptoms

For those of you needlessly suffering from the quarantine, I …
Heard some advice on the radio last night, it said to have inner peace, that we should always finish things we start, and we all could use more calm in our lives. I looked through my house to find things that I'd started and hadn't finished, so I finished off a bottle of Merlot, a bottle of Whiskey, a bodle of Baileys, a butle of wum, tha mainder of Valiumun srciptuns, an a box a chocletz. Yu haf no idr how feckin fablus I feel rite now. Sned this to all who need inner piss. An telum u luvum. And two al bee hapee wilst in de instalation.