Topic: Article on PDT (Canada)

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Re: Article on PDT (Canada)

Marion,

Many thanks for posting that link, makes very interesting reading.

Thanks again.

Gavin

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Re: Article on PDT (Canada)

Thanks for the information. I wish I understood it more. I asked the doctor about it several months ago, but she seemed to think my tumor was too big. I wonder how this treatment would work in conjunction with chemo.

Must ponder and then ask my doctor again.

Kris

Cancer is a word, not a sentence.

36 year old patient with buckets of hope

Re: Article on PDT (Canada)

Kris,

Newfjam's husband was treated with chemo and radiation before undergoing PDT and is getting PDT every 3 months under a trial at the University of Virginia. Maybe something worth looking at? 

Gavin

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