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Sorry to hear this will keep them in my prayers
I have read your moving story and will pray for you.I was treated for cholangiocarcinoma in 2008 and originally told I was not going to survive.I am still here after eigthen months after having treatment.Never give up hope.
Thanks for this will advise any other people interested.
The reason I was enquiring about clinical trials is to see if there any new treatments in the pipe line that may reduce the risk of the cancer returning.
I have been advised that even though I have a transplant there is always the risk of me getting cancer again.This is just one medics view on this subject.
In the last two weeks I have learned that one of the patients who was in hospital with me died after cancer returning.He also had a successful liver transpalnt last year.
Hi Marion not yet located any clinical trials yet.
Thank you for this information regarding clinical trials
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It is ten months ago today, I had my liver transplant after being treated for Cholangiocarcinoma.
Thanks to the team at St Vincents hospital Dublin I am doing well.Hopefully
many more countries will consider patients for this condition for transplant.
I am interested in taking part in clinical trials relating to cholamgiocarcinoma
How do I become involved.
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