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Posted by vigilante on December 20, 2000 at 20:44:56:

In Reply to: HELP! I have questions! posted by Amy Lautzenheiser on December 20, 2000 at 16:41:00:

: To Anyone and Everyone,
: My mon was diagnosed with cancer six months ago. Her lump was in her arm pit and was "poorly differentiated" meaning not brest cancer. They have run every test, mri, and scan in the world and nothing it showing up. We did a chimo-sensitivity test which showed results with meds used for throat and lung cancer. The docters all beleive we are dealing with brest cancer though! It has been six months and she has had no tratment what so ever. The docters now say they will do very agressive chimo and radiation. How can I help her and should I be upset that nothing has been done for her. I'm 24 and she is 58, she is my world and I need her! Please help with any advice you may have. Thank you!
: Sincerly,
: Amy

if they use chemo, it should be continuous lo dose. I like the estrogen 2ME2 if you can get it. See my post on syprine. I am giving this plus lo dose naltrexone to the terminals on my internet oncology practice.

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