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Wondering if anyone can offer insight into what generally happens after 6 rounds of chemotherapy. It was being used for first line treatment - surgery not offered in Mars 2 trial. Have any had experiences of a good few months with no progression? It’s been a tough ride physically and mentally for my mum and so hope there is time after the chemo where she can just be herself and feel well enough to do and go places that she wants. Not expecting answers as all are different but would love to hear of those positive stories that this can happen. fingers crossed.
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