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Thank you for sharing - gives us hope and reminds us that the medical profession doesn't know everything!
Take care,sounds like you enjoy each day x
Your story is very encouraging and you are obviously a great fighter. I am fighting too, now on a trial drug after 6 months of chemo. I am feeling much better and one of the tumours on my liver has shrunk by 40%. Keep up the good fight and hope you are now enjoying this precious life. All the best.
Wow that sounds amazing....what trial is it ??.
ive just been diagnosed with secondary cancer as first diagnosis, with metastatic mass in liver encapsulating the primary Cholangiocarcinoma
ive also peritoneal deposists, meeting with my Oncologist this week....for treatment plan, I’m in Norfolk and will be under the Oncologist at the naorfolk and Norwich.
i plan to ask for 2nd opinion at the Royal Marsden in London
i plan to fight this for as long as I’ve the strength in my soul
My husband was diagnosed with bile duct cancer 2.5 years ago and has just finished a round of chemo. I'm curious to know more about this trial drug you were on. At the moment my husband is not on any medication. I'm glad to hear that you're feeling much better and I hope you continue to feel better. All the best....
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