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                  My 69 year old mother was diagnosed with limited stage small cell back in Dec 2015. She received chemoetoposide plus cisplatin(every 3 weeks/ 3 days in a row) plus radiation in April. She was very ill during the whole process but it was successful. In June she start have issue with balance and the did a scan on her. Unfortunately...

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      My mother was diagnosed in early Dec 2015, with limited stage. she went through 4 & half months of chemo and radiation. This made her so ill that she lost 60 pounds and never got out of bed. In march she got UTI that turned into a blood infection and was put in the hospital for 3 weeks. at that point they stopped treatment to let her again some strength back. short break, as in July we found out it went to h...

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        thank you.... she finished her 5 session of whole head rad.. at first her balance and dizzness went away but yesterday she was complaining that she was really dizzy again and had a bad headache. we have another 4 weeks before they will do another scan. could this mean the raditation was not successful

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          first time...               My 69 year old mother was diagnosed with limited stage small cell back in Dec 2015. She received chemoetoposide plus cisplatin(every 3 weeks/ 3 days in a row) plus radiation in April. She was very ill during the whole process but it was successful. In June she start have issue with balance and the did a scan on her...

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