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Has anyone had a persistent pleural effusion after VATS lobectomy?


Dear Cancer...

Cancer (I refuse to say Dear): I have more scars than I can count. I have "dents" where tissue was extracted. I no longer recognize my own face... While I'm not that vain, with every biopsy or surgery I see... [Read More]

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Fighter: Skin Cancer (non-Melanoma)

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You never had me. Even with being one of the rarest cancers anyone could get. You NEVER had me. From day 1 you were my b*^%h. I outlived you. Cancer, you can kiss my a$$.

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Survivor: Other/Rare Cancer

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Dear cancer, I forgive you. Wendy

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Survivor: Breast Cancer

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