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asymptomatic was posted 08/23/2016 02:31 pm by Liette
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My triathlete husband was diagnosed this summer as well after he was first diagnosed with inflammation of the left orbital muscle ( left eye orbital muscle) after complaining of headaches! Like your wife's diagnosis, we are dealing with stage IV pancreatic cancer which showes lesions to the liver and the lymph nodes. After radiation to his eye (to save it) he has completed his 2nd chemo session Folfirinox which is proving to be brutal. What is your wife's chemo? How many cycles is she scheduled for?

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