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Northwestern was posted 04/30/2004 06:35 pm by jlynn
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We went to Northwestern for a second opinion and saw Dr. Talimonti (surgeon) and Dr. Mulcahy (oncologist). We were very impressed with them. Dr. Mulcahy spent a good 3 hours with us after her office hours finished at noon and she was suppose to have the afternoon off. If we were only an hour away, instead of 4 as we are, we would definitely had gone there. They see 300+ PC's a year compared to our local Onc that sees much,muchless. They are more on top of new treatment also. But, it was my husbands choice to stay local, not knowing how he would handle chemo treatments and being so far from hospital in between treatments if something went wrong. Sounds like you need to verify just what your dad's doctor meant by remission. Will keep your family in our prayers.

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