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  2. Spain Expat Forum for Expats Living in Spain
    Hi guys. Last year my mother of 68 was diagnosed with cancer. She had an operation to remove her bowel and bladder to have a colostomy bag where both wee and the other go in to (this was done at La Fe in Valencia)... 2 weeks ago she checked herself into Villajoyosa hospital due to a hole opening...
  3. Australia Expat Forum for Expats Living in AU
    Hi All, Firstly, sorry about the long question. I am in urgent need of advise here. Thanks a lot for your help and time, really appreciate that!! We applied for tourist visa (subclass 600) for my parents as they want to visit us for 6 months. One of them is suffering from CML (blood cancer)...
  4. Australia Expat Forum for Expats Living in AU
    Hi All, I am working in Australia on a 457 visa and I have my wife as a dependent on the same visa. Our parents are planning to visit and stay with us for around 6 or 9 months. As we are not PR holders, I understand that we cannot go with 'parent visa' category. So we are planning to apply for...
  5. Dubai Expat Forum for Expats Living in Dubai
    Hi everyone My wife recently did an ultrasound scan and the specialist's report said she could have lymphadenopathy, "likely benign". We will follow up with blood tests and other scans, but I am assuming we have a serious case here that we have deal with, especially she had previous history...
  6. Australia Expat Forum for Expats Living in AU
    Hello everyone in the group. I have a very typical situation which I would like everyone sincere opinion on. My family was granted subclass visa 190 for South Australia on 6th may 2016. Our 1st entry date is mentioned as 8th aug. I am the primary applicant and my wife and 2.5 yr old daughter...
  7. Greece Expat Forum for Expats Living in Greece
    Hi, I am not an expat but going to visit Greece soon as my father who lives in a village outside of Patras has stage IV colorectal cancer. He was being treated conventionally with chemo and I confronted his oncologist with research on just how ineffective it is for his type of cancer and she...
  8. Australia Expat Forum for Expats Living in AU
    Hi.. Myself, Wife and two young girls (4weeks old and 2 yrs old) came to Sydney on a 457 sponsored visa. Job going well and now 2 1/2 year after arriving need to apply for permanant residency. cmpnay will sponsor. I am sales and marketing exec. here comes the challange - unfortunately my wife...
  9. Japan Expat Forum for Expats Living in Japan
    Hi everyone, I have a family member in a bad place with a metastatic cancer diagnosis. I want him to have high quality, cutting edge cancer treatment in Japan. Can you recommend some great clinics or hospitals? Thanks!
  10. Australia Expat Forum for Expats Living in AU
    Hi, first post here. My wife and I are from the uk, have full Aussie citizenship, we had a baby a few months ago and now grandparents wish to move to aus. My mother and father had cancer (mum about 5 years clear, dad only had last op a month or so ago, would anyone know what are the chances of...
  11. Australia Expat Forum for Expats Living in AU
    Hi, My husband has applied for ENS 186 Visa and we have provided all docs, CO is assigned and the CO sent the email that the visa is all ready t be granted but just awaiting my medical exam reports. I am the secondary applicant, my husband has cleared hs medicals, However, nov 2012 i was...
  12. Dubai Expat Forum for Expats Living in Dubai
    Hi everyone, I'm new to this site but I hope someone can help me. In 2011, I was diagnosed with breast cancer the age of 34. It was a shock being so young and with no family history. At the time I was working for myself and didn't have any insurance. I had radical mastectomy and chemo. As you...
  13. La Tasca
    Please have a look at this excellently documented very successful, non-toxic Cancer treatment. It is free-view until some time in June 2011.......but this may well be extended. Burzynski: Cancer Is Serious Business on Vimeo Please watch it....I'm sure you will be both shocked and saddened...
  14. Spain Expat Forum for Expats Living in Spain
    My mum went to our local health centre in Alora at the end of October with a swollen stomach and pain. Her doctor came accross rude and uncaring, it took 7 weeks to identify tumour markers in my mums blood. We saw a specialist in Hospital Virgen de la Victoria in Malaga 9 days later. We had to...
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