ChristopherJenkins
ChristopherJenkins
Survivor: Hodgkin's Lymphoma (Stage III)
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Plainwell, WA
Male
About Me
My Journal
I am a Survivor
Type of Cancer
Hodgkin's Lymphoma (Stage Recurring), 2007
Testicular Cancer (Stage I), 2005
Hodgkin's Lymphoma (Stage III), 1999
Kidney Cancer (Stage III), 2020
Treatment Information
Stage of Treatment:

Finished treatment 5 or more years ago

Treatment Types:

Biopsy

Blood Tests

Blood Transfusions

Bone Marrow Biopsy

Bone Scan

Chemotherapy

Chest X-Ray

Complete Blood Count (CBC) Test

Computed Tomography (CT) Scan

CT-Guided Biopsy

Fine Needle Aspiration

Hormone Therapy

Liver Function Test

Lymph Node Biopsy

Multiple-Gated Acquisition (MUGA) Scan

Nuclear Medicine Imaging

Orcheotomy

Pain Management

PET/CT Scan

PET Scan

Positron Emission Tomography (PET) Scan

Radiation Therapy

Surgery

Tumor Markers

Ultrasound

Urine Tests

X-Ray

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Hospital:

N/A

Side Effect:

Anemia

Blood Pressure Fluctuations

Bone Pain

Body Aches

Chemobrain

Damaged Veins

Decreased Lung Capacity

Equilibrium Issues/ Balances Issues

Fatigue/Weakness

Hair Loss or Alopecia

Heart & Lung Problems

Hypotension

Hypothroidism

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Discussions (2)
Awareness & Education
Is there a need for men to have support for their cancer-related body issues?
October 7th, 2017
General
Others abusing the "Cancer Card"
June 6th, 2017
Sad
November 12th, 2016

I would just like to say while everyone has been fighting with friends & family and bitching about this election a friend just passed away from cancer. There is now a wife without a husband, a parent without his son & children without their dad. He never once said anything negative about anyone or his situation & embraced the positive under such a dire situation. We could all learn a lot from him. Stop it, all of you.

to new adventures!
October 31st, 2016

My oncologist is retiring after 18 years together and I'm moving to the Pacific Northwest. There are a whole range of emotions taking place right now as I'm reminiscing, reflecting and anticipating the changes that are about to occur. I've met some horrible doctors during my life, but I am not afraid. There is a lesson to be learned from every experience and I believe this is going to be a great one!

https://hopeinbeing.com/2016/10/31/i-ignored-signs-both-subtle-and-obvio...

hey hey....
October 18th, 2016

Not sure if this is allowed or not, but I started a blog before I joined the community here. You can check it out https://hopeinbeing.com/ Not a solicitation just easier than typing all of my feelings back on here. I'm trying to make a difference and get things done, focusing on young adults & especially young adults who get neglected once treatment has ended. Sometimes it's harder living after cancer than during. I was not prepared for the myriad of complications following treatment and there needs to be more resources for survivor's. Cancer needs to be treated as a chronic illness and as much as I want to believe there will be a cure, I feel that the big pharma & insurance companies won't let that happen. All of us know (or should know) that the money is not in the cure, but being in the health care system for the rest of our lives, if not physically, mentally.

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