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I am a esophageal cancer survivor . 7 years cancer

I am a esophageal cancer survivor . 7 years cancer free. 7 years ago I was told to get my things in order because I was going to die in 6 months or less with treatment . . It was hell but I beat that crap. chemo was a monster . It was the baddest of the bad according to my Dr. I also had a complete esophajectomy . my stomach was made into a esophagus and trenched up . My right lung was partially removed and several limp nodes Sorry about the long story but now of course my body doesn't like much food or drink . but for the most part I stayed healthy until about ayear ago . I thought I might have a problem with yeast but this it weird . I have sores come from nowhere . they start like a pimple or blister then turn in to a bad opened wound with a hard ring around them . a hard sharp object in them .

Mon, 21 May 2018
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