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  • Forum Post: OMG Bad bad news

    Hi there everyone, Chris, Joycee, Bron etc and all you lovely people who have relied in the past to me. Well mum went to Norwich yesterday to see a consulant about the throat cancer, a rare form apparently. as you will know she has lung cancer diagnosed in May and these are two separate cancers both...
  • Forum Post: Has anyone refused to have any treatment at all for throat cancer?

    Hi Just wondering this as my mum is 80 and has primary lung cancer and a primary pyriform sinus cancer near to voice box. She doesn't want any treatment or operations, is anyone on this site familiar with this or know anyone who has chosen not to have treatment please? Best wishes to you...
  • Forum Post: RE: Sinus cacer

    Hi Lorraine Many thanks for sharing your story with me and by the way Iove your profile photo. It is very different to my mums pyriform sinus by the sounds of it but again my mum's cancer is quite rare too. Would you be able to tell what the bad effects of the riodotherapy were for you please...
  • Forum Post: RE: At my wits end

    Hi Robert Am I right in saying that you have been treated for this cancer without a proven biopsy then? I don't think they will do that with my mum, they say all the signs and symptoms are there and they beleive it to be cancer but need a positive biopsy. Off we go again today to see consultant...
  • Forum Post: RE: At my wits end

    Hi Chris I have got some further news today. The ENT consultant rang me to explain. He said he has talked with the pathologist and the radiologist and looked at the pictures etc again and it is his opinion it is cancer. Having said that they are all surprised the biopsy did not really show anything...
  • Blog Post: Head & neck cancer webchat 2014 - transcript

    Last week's webchat was all about head and neck cancers . O ur experts were Allan, a cancer information nurse from the Macmillan Support Line, and Evelyn, a qualified dentist and a junior doctor who is training in oral and maxillofacial surgery. Head and neck cancers can include cancers in the...
  • Blog Post: Head & neck cancer webchat – Wednesday 12 March

    Join us live in the chatroom next Wednesday evening for a live webchat all about head & neck cancers . It's your chance to ask your questions to our experts Allan and Evelyn. Allan is a cancer information nurse from the Macmillan Support Line, and Evelyn is a qualified dentist and a junior...
  • Blog Post: tonsil cancer....has it come back??

    long story played out over only 20 months.....in a nutshell....new partner diagnosed with tonsil cancer in july 2010....just a few weeks after us meeting. intensive chemo and radio....ended in jan 2011...all clear in april 2011....then from july ...massive depression kicked in!! and i mean huge!!! he...
  • Blog Post: 17 months......and still counting

    Hi....its been 17 months now since i lost my partner Jools (Julian). I dont know why but over the past month or so, every thing is so raw again and i feel as though i am starting the grieving process all over again. I thought i was doing so well.....getting on with my life. putting the past behind me...
  • Blog Post: Back on Track

    Just realised I have not blogged since I started my treatment for head and neck cancer, back in June. Never would have thought the time would pass so quickly; and although there were many times I struggled, I really feel that I have turned a corner and I am getting my life back. Within the last...
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