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islet cell was posted 05/01/2005 06:19 am by Anonymous
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It's the slow nature of the tumors. If she was having growth with the drug then you might need to add something else such as the PEG alpha interferon. The hardest thing about these tumors and their treatments is waiting to see your first shrink. It's tough Mike but try not to stress out. It sounds like with no growth at all during this time it is pretty slow. It's hard to see sometimes that no growth is a blessing.

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