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Wayne’s Story

Diagnosed 11 years ago with UC. Went thru all the hoops and daily challenges, UC is now in remission according to my GI. But now am facing a bigger challenge, that being pancreatic cancer, GI says to stay on Humira until oncologist decides on a treatment plan. In the meantime have had tests done on lungs more blood tests just waiting to see what plan oncologist has come up with. In the meantime the diarrhea is the worst ever.

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  • SusanHU
    3 years ago

    Thank you for having the courage to share your story Wayne – we’re sorry you’re facing so much right now. We know it can be incredibly difficult to deal with your IBD symptoms on top of another life changing diagnosis.

    It can be difficult in these moments to take time for yourself so I wanted to share a few articles from our contributors that might be helpful:

    Please know that we are here to listen or offer support if you need it – and please keep us posted on your journey. – Susan ( Team Member)

    3 years ago

    I’m so sorry Wayne ,
    Try to breathe take it one day at a time..
    It’s hard for me to say that because I’m not very happy or acceptance of my condition.
    But I’ve been trying..
    Just cross your fingers… I would be scared little cry baby..Lol
    Good luck and I’ll keep you in my prayers.
    I hope to hear about your updates..

  • Crohns1998
    2 years ago

    I cared for my husband through pancreatic cancer. It is a tough road but hopefully you have a good medical team. How is your nutrition managed? That was the worst part, beside the pain for us.

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