Appendix Cancer Resources and Support for Men
Are you a man who has been diagnosed with Appendix Cancer, Colorectal Cancer, Pseudomyxoma Peritonei, or other Peritoneal Surface Malignancies?
Do you have questions about preparing for surgery and/or HIPEC, balancing your family life during treatment, returning to the workplace following recuperation, monitoring your health and diet and a wide variety of other topics of interest?
Men from around the world and from all walks of life, from young dads, to retirees, participate in our Pal Resource Groups!
> Join the Pals and connect with men who have overcome cancer!
Jim, USA, pseudomyxoma peritonei survivor and Pal Mentor!
Jim, "bounced back" following surgery, and while raising his young family! He volunteers to share his suggestions with you!
>Become a "PMP Pal" and communicate with Jim directly!
>Read this inspirational story shared by Jim and his wife!
Our Pal, Warren, Canada, is recuperating from CRS with HIPEC today!
Our Pal, Warren, is looking forward to a strong and speedy recuperation so that he can resume his active and busy life as a young dad and husband!
Yvon, Canada, is a Signet Ring Cell Survivor!
Yvon has been cancer free for 3.5 years and now serves as a Pal Mentor to other patients!
Tony, USA, is an Appendix Cancer Survivor!
...and he has just returned from an amazing vacation in the beautiful Caribbean to celebrate his recuperation from CRS and HIPEC!
Mark, USA, is a Signet Ring Cell Survivor!
Mark share hikes in the Grand Canyon in celebration of his one year cancer free anniversary!
>Join the Pals and connect with Mark!
Dennis, Malaysia, has been cancer free for five years!
Dennis describes himself as an audiophile and enjoys relaxing in his man cave!
Brian, USA, is a guitar aficionado!
Our Pal, Brian, returned to the entertainment world less than six months after recuperating from CRS and HIPEC!
Andy, USA, races his bike while on chemo!
Here's Andy in his race against Appendix Cancer,
in between chemotherapy treatments!
John, USA, is an Appendix Cancer Survivor!
Here's John with is best buddy "Mack" on their way for one of their daily walks!
This dynamic duo walks at least ten miles each week, rain or shine!
Mike, USA, goes fishing while on chemo for appendix cancer!
Mike proves you don't have to sit around at home while you're on chemotherapy!
Mike serves as a Pal Mentor for patients taking Xeloda chemotherapy!
Julian, Hong Kong, is an appendix cancer survivor!
Julian has been a "Pal" for several years!
>Join the PMP Pals' Network and communicate with Julian!
Our Pal, Krishna, is on the go!
Our Pal Krishna, balances his career with his active family life!
>Join the "Pals" and connect with Krisha today!
Our Pal, Chris, is a PMP Cancer Survivor!
Pal Chris is ready to share his tips for recuperating from CRS and HIPEC with you!
Chris serves as a Pal Mentor for patients taking Xeloda chemotherapy!
Our Pal, Paul, is a Signet Ring Cell Survivor!
Paul is cancer free and serves as a Pal Mentor to patients diagnosed with Signet Ring Cell!
Bud, 14 year appendix cancer survivor!
Bud is an experienced "Pal Mentor!"
He shares positive and helpful resources for "Pals" preparing for CRS and HIPEC with a speciality in gastrectomies!
As a "bonus" his wife, Ginny, serves as a Pal Mentor to other caregiving husbands and wives!
Become a "PMP Pal" and communicate with Bud directly!
Brian, USA, 14 year appendix cancer survivor!
Brian, was also the dad of a three year old son when he was diagnosed! Following extensive surgery and HIPEC, Brian has been disease free for more than a decade and just enrolled that same son in a local university!
Become a "PMP Pal" and communicate with Brian directly!
Mark M, 10 years disease free from pseudomyxoma peritonei!
Mark's son was only three when Mark traveled far from home for several weeks of surgery and chemotherapy.
Fully recuperated and disease free, Mark spends, the weekends playing ball and skateboarding with his son, who is now 9 years old!
Become a "PMP Pal" and communicate with Mark directly!
Chris, 8 years disease free from appendix cancer!
Sherry and Chris
... this husband and active young dad is available to share his physical fitness tips for recuperation with you!
Read Chris' article about physical fitness!
Rene, is ready to answer your questions!
Are you preparing for surgery and HIPEC?
Rene, in Holland, is ready to answer your questions!
Fred's ready to answer your questions!
Mark D has been a "Pal" since 1998!
Mark has helped support the PMP Pals' Network since its inception!
>Get involved and become a Pal too!
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This page last updated on 11.03.13