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by Dolly on Sat Feb 17, 2007 12:00 AM
My husband has bi-lateral kidney cancer. One kidney was removed in November. We are waiting for insurance approval for RFA on remaining kidney. We noticed his last MRI (January, 07) said he has large gallstones. This was not mentioned in previous scans (done in October, 06). Our primary care physician wants him to see a surgeon. Could this be related to the cancer? Would gallstones grow that quickly? Any info appreciated.
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