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Reply was posted 01/31/2014 02:47 pm by Shelby1
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We had Nanoknife and the purpose of it is to KILL the tumor. Ours is dead. The only problem I know of may be heart irregularity from the electricity that day and possible C-Diff because that's what we had. The other concern from other doctors was that maybe cells could migrate from the tumor if it's not all ablated. Same as cutting a tumor without removing it. Nanoknife doctors that we talked to NEVER said that and we talked to 4 of them. For a doctor to say that about chemo makes me wonder if they know what Nanoknife is. Best place to find out- call one. I know Dr. Martin (KY) and Dr. Moeslein(UofMaryland) will call you back, not sure about the others.

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