Hi all,I have just started to read messages from here again. My mum was diagnosed last April and it came as a surprise to as all. Mum went through her frist 6 months of chemo and all was going well until she had a check-up with her surgeon and he told her that her bloods were not right, sent her for a ct scan and colonoscopy. Went to see oncologist and discovered that the cancer is back and had moved, now near her liver,gall bladder and in between the two main blood vessels near her spine and is in-operable. So we are back on the chemo marry-go-round and this time it is hitting her hard. Pain is also a major factor this time round as she has tumor deposits on her head and back, so lying or sitting is very hard. But I am trying to keep her spirits up as much as I can, try and get her out and about.
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