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    Stage 4 coloncancer since 2010
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    An_254325 posted:
    I have been fighting stage four colon cancer since 2010. I have had five surgeries and countless rounds of different chemo treatment.
    I am currently taking chemo and radiation and have been having the expected side effects.
    I have one tumor that has to be stabilized with a compression belt.
    My concern or questions is that I seem to nod off more often and I am
    tired and sleepy all the time.
    I understand about the extreme fatigue that goes along with the treatment.
    Could this nodding out and sleeping more than normal be a sign that I am entering end stage cancer and about to go into a coma. That is what I feel like.
    What are some of the symptoms of end stage cancer?
    Thank you for your time?


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