Early study found it had high accuracy, but experts say it won't replace colonoscopy anytime soon
by MissyMonz on Thu Apr 19, 2012 08:13 AM
My Mom is 65 and was diagnosed with Lung cancer in October 2011. Since then she has been going for chemo and is now busy undergoing radiation. During her chemo she complained of back pain and was admitted into hospital so that they can run tests and do scans etc... nothing was detected mild osteoporoses in her lower spinal area. Recently she complained about the same pain but more sever in her lower back and the tips of her toes have gone numb. She went for another PET scan 4 months ago and they didn’t see any spreading of cancer to her back. Is it possible that cancer could have spread to her lower back in such a short space of time (4 months)??
by meldee on Sat Jun 02, 2012 01:05 PM
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