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My husband was diagnosed with bile duct cancer and has mets in lymph nodes and lung, we are trying to cope day by day. He begun chemo treatment and his pain seemed to be getting better, however the oncologist stopped his chemo until he got a CT scan to see if the chemo was making a difference, this has taken over a month to organise and my husband was in extreme pain to even lie on the bed to get the CT done, I feel helpless watching him struggle both with pain and the worry about the results. The appt to discuss the results and if his chemo is to continue is not until next week , its been a very long wait x
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