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Gemzar was posted 09/01/1997 01:28 am by Nancy
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Gemzar (gemcitibine) is not experimental. It's been approved since April 96 in the US. If you are in the US, you can easily get this and from your description, this sounds like the way to go what with the liver involvement and all. Good luck to yo u and your Mom as this disease is not a good one to fight. Come back often and join our family as we support each other when you may not receive that support anywhere else. We all understand what you are going through.

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