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  • Shitulpatel has replied to a post on the message board

    Forgive the typos

    Monday at 10:25 AM view post
    • Shitulpatel has replied to a post on the message board

      Hi, I think it is pretty manageable and can be controlled - they ought to put u on chemo right away - get them to do a KRAS test in the tumor sample they may have taken out during colonoscopy - after 3 months of chemo - preferably with erbitux ( if he is KRAS wild) he will have good response After that pl seek out a surgical option - at the current stage both institutions may give the same approach - the key ...

      Monday at 10:24 AM view post
      • Shitulpatel has replied to a post on the message board

        Since it has spread from the initial site to lymph nodes and other areas it is Stage IV

        April 16 at 8:09 PM view post
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          Hi, There are many options in this case - I would suggest sbrt , or direct chemo to the liver with a HAI pump , or RFA or even further resection if you get a good surgeon and there is adequate liver available post surgery or chemo embolisation. If u are KRAS wild then erbitux can reduce tumour size to get to resectability. Please take a opinion at one of the larger institutions

          March 19 at 10:09 PM view post
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            Also supplements like Manuka honey Milk thistle Ciorilous mushroom psk Graviola Vitamin d Coq10 Ip6 May help. Pl research on them. Also some traditional Chinese medicine may work .

            November 28 at 7:44 PM view post
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              They should have put you in chemo befor em the colon resection unless it was obstructing - if the spread is limited to liver there can be a liver resection option. The diet is basically either ketone if diet with vegetables and fruits and antioxidants predominantly. Pl see David Schiber ( spelling ?) book on cancer for the right diet

              November 28 at 7:42 PM view post
              • Shitulpatel has replied to a post on the message board

                I am really sorry to hear about the loss. I pray that you get strength to deal with the loss.

                November 06 at 3:45 PM view post
                • Shitulpatel has replied to a post on the message board

                  How does one take the cesium chloride ? What is the dosage and where is it available and in what form ? Can you pl help in providing this information.

                  October 23 at 3:00 AM view post
                  • Shitulpatel has replied to a post on the message board

                    I had 12 cycles FOLFOX and cetuximab. FOLFOX plus cetuximab was bi weekly and cetuximab was weekly. Side effects. From FOLFOX are Neuropathy Diaherrea or constipation Low WBC Side effects from cetuximab Rash And dryness of skin Lots of rash on face, back, and front torso If u do a search you will be able to find ways to cope with the side effects. Let me know if you want any specific d...

                    July 12 at 3:58 AM view post
                    • Shitulpatel has replied to a post on the message board

                      You can do the following , Test the stool sample for occult blood especially when I get the dark stool. Keep a look out for streaks of red blood on the stool. If they refuse for a Ct scan etc then atleast ask them to do a ultrasound of the abdominal area and liver area. Did they do a blood test for the liver and renal functions? Pl ask you doc to test one of the above or the best is request for a colonos...

                      March 11, 2013 view post
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