Diary of a Metastic Colon Cancer Patient
This book is a testament to the courage and determination of my late mother Sherry Herrington in her 10-month long battle against this horrible disease. Most of the story is in her own words that she wrote as her chemotherapy treatment progressed and how she felt. It is my hope that this story will bring strength and courage to patients like my mother and comfort to the families that suffer along with them
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5th chemo treatment 7th chemo able to eat Advil apologize Aranesp ativan biopsy Birmingham Hematology blood cell count blood for testing broth brown rice camp bluebird Cancer Patient James Cat scan chemo needle chemo pump Chemo Side Effects chemo treatment today chemotherapy Colon Cancer Patient compazine day after chemo December 31 diarrhea Diary Dr L told Dr L’s office draw the blood family doctor feel fever blisters following week heat pump Herrington Date hospice care hospital Kelly knot left arm lipoma low red blood Metastic Colon Cancer Mother Sherry Herrington nausea all day nausea medication Nausea Sun nausea today Nausea Wed need a RX Oncology Associates Oxygen machine Patient—Sherry Herrington phenegran portable potty problem put the chemo red blood cell refills RX’s set mother shot sleep stay nauseated stop syrup Thurs treatment room tubes of blood Tues tumor vein zofran