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12 years 11 months ago #3635 by deeasm
thanks for your kind words , im having trouble working this site so if im not replying then thats the reason :) as for my partners feelings well as you know good and bad days >:( im feeling the brunt of the bad days :'( but im there for him and taking the good ones gladly :D

been with my partner for 7 years ,i have a 10 year old son .

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12 years 11 months ago #3627 by Jeannette
Hi Deeasm
I am very sorry to hear about your partners diagnoises.. My husbands (age 46) cancer also metastisised to his bones (pelvic,hip ribs,spine) so I know how difficult this is for you.. sounds like your partner has gone through alot of chemotherapy (mine as well) how is he feeling? I know the prognoises isn't good but don't give up hope miracles do happen and positive attitudes can do wonders..please know that the 2 of you are in my prayers

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12 years 11 months ago #3616 by deeasm
we are from the uk and my partner is being treated at addenbrookes hospital cambridge the origanal diagnosis was pt2 (ct3) grade 3 no mo tcc bladder , the adrenal gland metastic depoist was 3.2 cm in transverse diameter with a low attenuation , necrotic centre on the 14.12.06 and also the pelvis cancer on previous post

been with my partner for 7 years ,i have a 10 year old son .

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12 years 11 months ago #3615 by deeasm
my partner has had the following treatments so far to date four cycles of neoadjuvant accelerated mvac chemotherapy , radical radiotherapy to the bladder 55gy in 20 fractions ,pallivate radiotherapy to sacroiliac joint 8 gy single fraction also palliative carboplatin and gemcitabine chemotherapy, blood transfuisions , and is currently having 3 courses of chemo then having a scan to see if it is helping then with luck if it is helping he will under go more chemo

been with my partner for 7 years ,i have a 10 year old son .

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12 years 11 months ago #3614 by deeasm
just n update really on my partner the bladder cancer has spread to the pelvis bone and there is also a tumour on the adrenal gland :'( partner has been told with out treatment he will have 6 months to live and with treatment he may have 12 / 18 months to live , we are currently applying to the issels treatment center in mexico to see if they have treatments they can offer to try and prolong his life thanks to all who replied to my origanal post :-*

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13 years 2 months ago #1919 by mikmckna
Hello,

I am very sorry to hear of your challenges. It sounds as if you are early in the diagnosis stage with the recent scope. This is a very hard time since you just want to know yet can't get answers fast enough. there is nothing I can say that will make it better other than to suggest reading stories from others here. It can be a great learning experience and prepare you for what ever comes next.

The scan you refer to is typical as far as I know so do not get too caught up in that. Be thankful that your Dr's are being cautious.

I wish you all the best and do keep in touch. You will find plenty of help here.

Believe in yourself,
Mike
T1-G3, CIS
RC w/ Neobladder 8/22/06

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