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CA 19 was posted 08/31/2012 08:25 pm by Anonymous
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I know the board has discussed ca 19 many times. Are there any guidelines attached to the tumor markers; 0-40 is ned, but what about higher numbers. In simple terms, can we equate 0-100 as mild 100-200 moderate, etc. Sorrry for the repetition. My husband's ca 19 has varied from 167 at diagnosis and fluctuated between 60 to 112 and has stayed stable at 87 since April.

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