I have been reading this website every day for the past month since my 25 (yes, that's twenty-five, not a typo) year old brother was diagnosed with cholangiocarcinoma. He's being treated right now at Dana Farber with chemo once every other week of Gemzar, oxaliplatin and Avastin. I'll be interested to see how that Davanat trial turns out whenever it actually happens. We've been having some good days recently, but by and large it's been really hard. He's just so young to be dealing with this. He's being a real trooper - he hardly ever complains about the pain or the enormity of the whole problem. He's just been going on with his life as much as he can. I think the rest of us are doing worse than he is. Can someone please give me some hope? Some good story? ANYTHING?! Will the pain get better? Will he be able to eat more eventually? Please, anything hopeful would be great.