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 Fighter

Cancer Info

Bone Cancer


April 16

Stage 1

The fear it generates.

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

Let me know you are thinking of me. It brings me comfort.

Eating homemade meals with high protein, moderate fats and low carbohydrates. Lots of powerhouse food, boosting my immunity. Extra Vitamin C tabs and Maitake Mushroom supplements, fish oil, olive oil, coconut oil, ACV, turmeric.

Carboplatin. No side effects.


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

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

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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