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Islet was posted 12/30/2009 04:11 pm by mary
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Hi Michael,

My husband has the nonfunctioning neuroendocrine with an acinar mix cell. Currently is on Sandostatin injections monthly and chemo for the acinar portion, last PET scan 4 weeks ago showed no metabolic activity. He is back to work full time, has ups and downs with the chemo, works out daily weight lifting, for the most part is feeling well. He has one more round of chemo in 2 weeks and then another PET scan and not sure what the next step is yet. Thanks for keeping everyone up to date!!!

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