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Catching Up...

Thanks to a friend of mine on Facebook, I have been trying to catch up with a religious friend of mine, who saw me through some bad times with my first cancer. 68 more words

A Wineskin in the Smoke by Bob Ritzema

A Wineskin in the Smoke by Bob Ritzema

I had surgery a week ago. I had only undergone surgery under general anesthetic once before, an outpatient surgery about fifteen years ago. 815 more words

Quality Of Life

Pancreatic Cancer Treatment at World Top Cancer Hospitals in India

Pancreatic Cancer Treatment in India

Pancreatic cancer is a disease in which normal cells in the pancreas malfunction and begin to grow uncontrollably. These cancerous cells can eventually interfere with proper functioning of the pancreas and metastasize (spread) to other parts of the body. 909 more words

Esophageal Cancer Treatment in India

Esophageal Cancer : What It Means?

Cancer that forms in tissues lining the esophagus (the muscular tube through which food passes from the throat to the stomach). 649 more words

Preparing for the Hospital Stay

If you’ve been diagnosed with cancer, you may very well end up staying in the hospital at some point, whether it’s for surgery or another treatment that requires an overnight stay. 1,476 more words

Small Intestine

I Would've Been Denied a Life-Saving Cancer Surgery Had I Been Pregnant

My mother and I sat in the tiny waiting room. I sat, she paced the aisle between the row of uncomfortable chairs. In a few hours I would have a life-saving surgery. 1,876 more words


Diane M. Radford, MD, FACS, FRCSEd

Occupation: surgeon, oncologist
Born: Irvine, Ayrshire, Scotland, November 14, 1957
BSc with honors, Glasgow University, 1978
MBChB, Glasgow University, 1981
MD, Glasgow University, 1991… 417 more words

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