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by ozpete - January 18, 2013
Hi everybody, my father and i have been following your blogs about your journeys. You have given us hope and we would like to thankyou for this. My father who is now 63, was diagnosed with a retro lipo sarcoma in the Abdomin in 2007. Since then he has undergone 2 operations and a kidney removed. Also tryed radiowave theropy with no success. Now his tumor is still growing.
We are very interested inYondelisand are currently researching our options in Australia.
Is anybody aware of any new trials and treatments that may be of benifit. We will certainly stay in touch and if we manage to find any info that may be of benifit we will certainly pass it on.
Lastly we are looking into Genositcs in Australia , as they test 50 different cancer treatments against the individuals cellular structure. Hopefully resulting in a treatment that works. Has anyone tryed this type of testing??? If so results??
Kind regards Peter( cancer patient) and Luke wuiske (son)
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