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Metastatic gall bladder cancer and treatment
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I was diagnosed in December last year with gall bladder cancer and tumours in my lungs and liver. Started Gemcitabine and Cisplatin palliative chemotherapy in January and the results have been brilliant after my first cycle of 6 treatments, tumours all shrunk, lung tumour no longer identifiable as a tumour and I feel great; painkillers down from 2×200mg Oxycodone per day in Feb/March to 2×10mg …   Read more…

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Life changes profoundly and suddenly when you are told that you are a cancer patient now. Realization of physical and emotional roller coaster waits ahead. Dealing with cancer can seem like an impo... more
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You may experience emotional challenges in cancer, which are a side effect of your treatment. It can occur due to lack of family support. In general, a cancer patient’s relationships may be straine... more

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