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HEMOLYMPHANGIOMA was posted 04/30/2010 09:53 am by Jeannie
E-mail Address: caretaker6913@msn.com

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I had surgery in Feb 09 for hemolymphangioma of the pancreas and had over 200 tumors removed. Was told all was well and good and should have no more problems. 14 months later the tumors have returned and am being told that nothing else can be done since they resected too much from the previous surgery. Is this true? Is there anything else that can be done or are we out of options? What else can I do? I know that there are only about 34 cases of this reported in the world, but there has to be other options. Aren't there? ANYONE?????

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