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Stage 2 Colon cancer
Hi, I'm Monique
I was diagnosed with stage 2 colon cancer in December after a colon resection and gall bladder removal. I just started my 5th cycle of Capecitabine. As of lately the fatigue has taken over, along with hair loss, depression and weight gain. Can anyone suggest something for the weight gain and the fatigue?   Read more…

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About: Buddies have experienced what you're going through. They are colorectal cancer survivors, caregivers, family and friends. Buddies are there to listen, offer support, and share their experi... more
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About: The Colorectal Cancer Coalition is a national nonprofit advocacy organization whose mission is to win the fight against colorectal cancer through research, empowerment, and access. Location... more
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About: Offers financial aid through the Financial Aid Fund for those diagnosed with colorectal cancer who need financial assistance. location: national organization: Patient Advocate Foundation ... more

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