CapOx info please for new-ish member

Hi pals ... new-ish member Patricia has been diagnosed with "invasive adenocarcinoma on cecum" and is seeking info/advice on the chemo drug CapOx. Please read her latest post here:

Thank you. Hugs to all :*)

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Never heard of it. But will investigate it. Would appreciate info also.
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So good to hear from you. Hugs coming your way :*)
Wish I could help - hope there is a fellow blogger who has experience. Will try to check it out when I have better WiFi ...
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November 5, 2011

Karrabin, Queensland, Australia 4306

February 21, 2007

Cancer Info

Bone Cancer


April 16

Stage 1

That it is a thief.

That I am stronger than cancer; it may take my life but it won't take my joy.

Homemade meals with powerhouse, immunity-boosting, cancer-fighting food. Cannabis Oil, Vit C tabs, Maitake mushrooms, phytoplankton, olive oil, coconut oil, ACV, turmeric. Artemisinin and Artemix tabs.

Carboplatin. No side effects.

Side (by rib) and lung

I love banana cake :)

Veterinary Specialist Services (VSS) in Jindalee, Brisbane, Australia

Be as active as you can. Make memories.

You don't know the future; be present in today.

July 27

Yes. 3 weeks after chemo finished.

Swelling above left carpal, limping. My vet had just lost her dog to osteosarcoma so took no chances - straight in for an xray, which suggested it could be bone cancer, so immediately referred to a Vet Oncologist (Dr Terry) who took bone biopsies and did body scan. Scan showed no spread of cancer. Results received 16 April 2018 that it was bone cancer; shoulder and leg amputated 17 April. Surgery site got infected, which delayed chemo for a week.

Left leg and shoulder amputated on 17 April 2018.

Carboplatin. No side effects - lucky dog!


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