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Reply was posted 08/18/2016 10:38 am by Anonymous
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Ask what her ca19 is and keep an eye on it. Once you start chemo use that to know when to switch the chemo. If the cs19 goes up it usually means the chemo stoped working and you need to switch chemos, start treatment asap, find a doctor that is open minded because doctors really don't care, and do your own research on new treatments.

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