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Neuroendocrine question was posted 07/31/2006 02:50 pm by Sharron
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Can you tell us a little more about your dad? What kind of neuroendocrine cancer does he have? Michael will probably be more help than I will because he is actively involved in his wife's care. With me, I left Mom's treatment decisions up to her and Dad and didn't get involved until the winter before she had the Therasphere injections. Looking back, I should have been more involved and sooner!

What I would say is to find the very best neuroendocrine specialist in the country and beg, borrow, or steal to get there. My mom's doctor had NEVER seen her type of cancer in 25 years of oncology. She was okay with that. I wasn't, but by the time I got involved, it was too late.

So, with that said, let us know as much as you can about your dad, and we will help as much as we can.

Looking forward to hearing from you

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