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My brother Rami had CT scans 2 months ago after 3 months of treatment with devastating results. The results then were inconclusive wrt the bile duct cancer while confirming lymph cancer growth of 3cm - from 2cm to 5cm. Two days ago new scans showed 'with some doubt' that the cancer in the bile duct and the multiple lymph nodes has stopped growing, and maybe shrunk in some places and that it seems the 5 cm cancer has almost disappeared?!
Rami will have another chemo session (possibly his 6th session now) on the 8th of December.... its again (cisplatin & 5 FU), oncologist was happy with the latest scan results and blood test and decided to continue with the same medication
It comes to proof that everything is possible so just hang in there and keep up the fight
We had recieved good news recently. The latest scans showed with some dought that the cancer in the bile duct and the multiple lymph nodes has stopped from growing, and maybe shrunk in some places?? the latest CT scan films and reports are still with the oncologist to further study them more carefully as the diagnoses from earlier scans lead to beliefe that the lymph nodes cancer grow bigger (from 2 to 5 cm), but the latest scans showed that it seems that the 5 cm cancer was not a cancer? it has almost disappeared now?!
Rami will have another chemo session starting the 8th of December.... its again (cisplatin & 5 FU), oncologist was happy with the latest scan results and blood test and decided to continue with the same medication
All the best for all of you and thanks for your prayers
Hi All, my beloved brother Rami is now 3 months after being diagnosed with bile duct cancer that has metsized to the lymph nodes, the cancer is at stage IV so operation and radio were excluded from the list of options. He was put on cisplatin for about two months now.
Today the oncologist examined his new ct scans comparing them to early scans. He found that while the cancer in bile duct has actually stopped or
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