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My Dad, CT today was posted 10/31/2001 08:41 am by martha
E-mail Address: Mbe38@aol.com

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My Dad has his 9th CT today as he continues to battle pc. He has just finished his second 2 month round of gemzar/cisplatin. It definitely got harder, he had it every 2 weeks and the first week he would be so tired but the second week he would feel fairly good. His blood counts , while low , have always been o.k. to cont. He is having more gas and is trying gas-x, enzymes, lactase in different combos and at different times but hasn't really made a difference. We are hoping his Halloween CT will say 'Boo' to the pc. Last CT there was no change in the tumors in lungs and pancreas, but a new unknown something in the omentum. If you get a chance send some good thoughts, prayers, energy his way today, his name is Clint. Thanks, you are all in my thoughts and prayers. Martha

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