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in your fathers case was posted 12/31/2007 11:48 am by Anonymous
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statistically speaking only:

i am only saying this because I wanted to know so bad when my dad was first diagnosed. if this is PC and it has spread to the liver and bones, statistically speaking a person normally lives 6 months to one year. That is if the chemo shrinks the tumors. if the chemo does not work you are still looking at 6 months but one year is a tough obstacle.

AGAIN, BEFORE I GET YELLED AT, THIS IS STATISTICALLY ONLY. It does vary by person.

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