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February 06, 2007

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Broccoli

I hear you - LOUD AND CLEAR. Trust me - I can't tell you how forward I look to the day that they take the damned paintball wound/cyborg eye/doorbell out of my skinny chest. Because that means I'M DONE. Like, DONE DONE DONE done, not just not getting anything for a while. So I get ya. Only people with cancer have ports.

Steakbellie

This is Horse---- and I'm mad at the Doctor because I dont know who I should be mad at. You should have a solid answer so you can move on...

I love the leash analogy, it really made the connection for me.

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If I were a person with cancer I wouldn't like to take surgeries because it just made us feel bad probably I'd try to enjoy the rest of my life.

Amie

I'm 32 and probably need a port. I don't have cancer. I get my medicine every other month through an IV. It seems that there is only one lady in the entire hospital that starts IVs. She is the supervisor. This woman doesn't just start the IV, she blindly stabbs around like she's trying to gig a frog. I was hoping a port was better.

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Sandy

Loved my port. Chemotherapy was tough but the port made the boredom so much easier. God forbid I ever need it again.

Ashley

People with cancer aren't the only ones who receive ports.. I have Crohn's disease and receive an infusion every 6 weeks and my veins are starting to become uncooperative so my nurses are suggesting I speak to my doctor about a port. Honestly, I'd prefer that to being stuck 10 different times I go for my treatment..

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