Think of it this way...you need to be stubborn to fight this cancer!
I am sorry she is in so much pain. What does it mean that her spleen is prominent? Is it caused by infection or the cancer? Are they going to do anything about it? I admit I didnt know what the spleen did so I wikied it and it appears that it helps the immune system. Did they tell you what it was about?
Do they know what is causing the spasms?
The funny thing with this cancer is how one thing affects another then another like some horrible domino game. But the good news is that one can often spring back relatively quickly when they find out what is wrong. Not every problem is cancer related, sometimes it is more of a side effect of a side effect of a drug or infection.
Hope your mom feels better soon.
Cancer is a word, not a sentence.
36 year old patient with buckets of hope