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Dan was posted 07/31/2007 06:01 pm by CindyNC
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Hi Dan Why can't you do both? My Don's PC- Stage IV cancer was inoperable but, later on, when the tumors grew in size and number, it was in a hurry! As you know, there's no cancer more aggressive than PC!!!!! For us, we try to get the jump on everything before it happens!

We do vitamins and supplements galore but that still didn't prevent growth when those tumors were ready to fire!!!!!

And I imagine???? your doc - oncologist I hope- would be willing to accomodate that combo for sure. And chemos also work better IN combos.

Keep us posted here! Prayers and good luck! Love, Cindy

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