How are you affected by cancer?

How are you affected by cancer?

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  1. Luxio
    Luxio
    Quote Originally Posted by Phoenicks
    Good luck Matchbox/Dark Carnival. :')
    Thanks, though I don't have my operation until Friday.

    For anyone that doesn't know, which is pretty much everyone, I had treatment for my testicular cancer which worked for the most part, however it hasn't worked as well as I had hoped and I now have to have my testicle removed to avoid the cancer becoming worse/terminal. I had hoped that it would not happen, but I appear to have evaded the inevitable for the past week out of fear, so yeah.


    Gentlemen.
    Play with your balls.
  2. Steven
    Steven
    Quote Originally Posted by Atara
    My grandma had breast cancer (and now she only has one boob) and my grandpa died from colon cancer (both on my dad's side). I think others in my family have died from cancer, on my mom's side. My other grandma (mom's side) thinks that you can get cancer from having a mole removed. Is that true?
    Messing with a mole at all is a cause for possible melanoma, so have a doctor you can trust perform it.
  3. Luxio
    Luxio
    Today is the day.
    And yes.
    I am shitting myself. ;o
  4. Morru Magnum
    Morru Magnum
    i pray for those affected.
    @luxio:
    you'll survive it. ;)
  5. āruscio
    āruscio
    My maternal grandmother died in 2007 from lung and liver cancer, and my paternal grandfather died from colon cancer in 1999.
  6. Steven
    Steven
    You'll be good, Luxio ^^
  7. AlexandraTheZoroark
    AlexandraTheZoroark
    My friend's mom died from breast cancer when me and my friend were in kindergarten. One of my aunts was a high risk of getting lung cancer (But, her risk got lowered when she quit smoking several months ago). Also, my dad was close to getting colon cancer, but his colonoscrophy was negative, so my dad is cancer-free.
  8. Slenderman
    Slenderman
    My mom was diagnosed with thyroid cancer 5 years ago. Thankfully it wasn't too bad yet. She's fine now, but she is missing a thyroid.
  9. Kutomba
    Kutomba
    I most certainly do not have cancer, but I've lost a great aunt and a grandma to it.
  10. P N N K
    P N N K
    All my grandparents died ten years before I was born because of lung cancer.
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