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rfs2000 was posted 04/30/2000 12:16 am by cindy
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Cindy,,,we live in the Seattle area, and my husband is 54,,stage III cancer...had the whipple,,lymph node involovement only,,,went on 5fu and radiation and did well for 8 months....cancer returned,,3 nodes involved in the nerve endings next to his spine.....He chose to go on the RFS2000, has been on in for 6 weeks now,,and has two more weeks to go before we find out if it is doing any good.....the pain is still horrible,,but he is doing okay with the RFS2000...said it could lower his white count and same to the Platelets..but so far,,his blood and health have been perfect...has no real side effects from it...other than being tired......we are very interested in anything anyones knows about it....Good luck....would love to hear back from you...Diane.. Our Doctor is Hank Kaplan,,and my husband goes to the Tumor Institute.

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