It was more than 80 percent correct in spotting cancerous nodules, but accuracy still needs improving
by eugwein on Wed Jul 11, 2012 02:15 AM
My mother passed away two months ago from metastatic signet right cell cancer of the colon. When my mother was first diagnosed, one of the things that made this incredibly difficult process that much more disheartening was the almost total lack of good and reliable publicly-accessible information about this aggresive and rare form of colon cancer. The only information we could find were a handful of studies telling us only bad news.
My family and I have created a site to share and publicize infromation about this terrible disease. The site is available here:
Also, the site documents my mother's remarkable life and achievements and has links to contribute to a fund we have created in her name to raise funds specifically for fighting signet ring cell cancers.
Please visit the site, and definitely let me know if you have any information to add from your own experience or research. Thanks!
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