Cancer part II (Go Fund Me Added)

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I’m glad to hear this my freind. I’ve known many who had the port, almost none lived
 

Soliel

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I was referring to 11 people, mostly family members. Out of those eleven, nine died. The port is not good. Maybe it depends on what kind of cancer it is, not sure. I do know this one type that no one I know of lived. It’s called non Hodgkin lymphoma
 

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I was referring to 11 people, mostly family members. Out of those eleven, nine died. The port is not good. Maybe it depends on what kind of cancer it is, not sure. I do know this one type that no one I know of lived. It’s called non Hodgkin lymphoma
I thought the port was simply a way to deliver the medicine in the easiest and most effective manner possible? Doesn’t everyone who has cancer and is receiving chemotherapy need to have a port installed in the beginning of their treatment to help to save time and administer all of the various medications/contrast fluid for testing? Or am I incorrect?

My brother in law’s wife had NHL (and a port) and has been in remission for almost 6 years, so there are success stories.
 

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I was referring to 11 people, mostly family members. Out of those eleven, nine died. The port is not good. Maybe it depends on what kind of cancer it is, not sure. I do know this one type that no one I know of lived. It’s called non Hodgkin lymphoma
IIRC that's what Marcus Cannon was diagnosed as having. So you know of at least one patient who survived it.
 

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