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As she fought for her life, only her children and closest family friends knew her real diagnosis: stage IV anal cancer. “She didn't even want to.
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Real world survival data of a rare malignancy: Anal cancer (HIV)-negative anal carcinoma during a period of 20 years in a single comprehensive cancer.
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I'm 33 and have just been diagnosed with Anal Cancer. The last 2 weeks since I was told seem to have been the longest of my life. I've had my.
Description:While I do not know a great deal about Anal Cancer I was diagnosed at a similar staging with rectal cancer in with a sigmoidoscopy having identified a tumour just where my anus met the lower colon. I underwent 6 weeks of chemotherapy tablets and radiotherapy followed by an operation where my anus was removed and I now have a permanent colostomy. Now as dramatic as this may sound I am fine after all this and live my life just as I have always done with no one being aware I have a colostomy unless I volunteer the information. It may sound silly to say this but one of the advantages of having cancer in this area is that it can be easily targeted with radiotherapy, unlike higher up the colon where the colon itself moves about a bit with normal internal activities.