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change in CA 19-9 and ALP was posted 01/14/2018 01:35 pm by John
E-mail Address: john.reindl@att.net

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Yes, drops are good.

Are you willing to share your numbers?

I am only two months into the process and will be re-tested for the first time at the of the month if things go well.

I am not familiar with what is ALP, but my CA 19-9 was just below 35,000.

Both my surgeon and cancer doctor told me how very high this number is, which I confirmed by reading articles in oncology journals, but, on the hand, the cancer does not appear to have spread to any nearby organs.

Best wishes,

John

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