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    The Angeles Clinic is #1.  Located in Santa Monica, California.  Worth the drive to save a life!!!  The researchers there work together with MD Anderson, Sloan Kettering and Huntsman, as well as UCSF and many other Top Facilities.  I have saw so many lives being saved, or given extra time, for sure!  There is no comparison to the Central Valley!

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    • fxrchopper2003 has replied to a post on the message board

      Looks pretty Irregular!  Get in Sooner!!

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        Is this a squamous or melanoma type of cancer?  What type of cancer was found in your Bartholin's Gland?

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          A fever can happen as a side effect......But what oncologist WOULD NOT have LABS DONE to double check your hemoglobin, white Blood Cell count to make sure they are NOT TOO LOW!  When the chemo wipes out the white blood cells, and they become too low, you are susceptible to infection.... meaning that sometimes you are at risk for an infection...  Always, even if you do not show an infection, labs should be d...

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            AGAIN PLEASE GO TO A DERMATOLOGIST AND ASK FOR A BIOPSY!  This is the only way to detect melanoma, especially, when you need to know the size, and if a SENTINOL BIOPSY NEEDS TO BE DONE!

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              GO TO A DERMATOLOGIST,  and HAVE a BIOPSY DONE!  That is a sure indication of malignant or benign..... Please do NOT ALLOW PHONE APPLICATONS TO DIAGNOSE YOU! 

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                Do Not wait... Hopefully you have a Neurologist, and a Neuro Surgeon looking in the matter of even removing the growth!

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                  Go to a melanoma specialist!!!!!  Absolutely do no wait for another dermatologist's opinion!  This is no longer relative to looking for a skin lesion....  This is an issue that requires a Neurologist, Melanoma Specialist, and your Radilologist for radiation!  You should of already had labs, CT, PET scans done!  Find out what your mutation is of the melanoma!!  Get copies of your labs and...

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                    If it's pill form... crush it, and put it in applesauce, something that can hide the medicine aste, if there is any!  Have it already crushed,though, because at that age, he is aware of what he eats.  Ask a pharmacist for a pill crusher, and the little plastic bags, to use to crush a pill.  If they do Not have this for sale, then use a sandwich baggie, and hammer and crush it, pour crushed contents fro...

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                      Yes, try interferon injs. at 9:00 p.m.  Prior to giving yourself an inj. 1 HOUR before, have soup, and crackrs, to keep fluids in you, and good electrolytes.  Then take your reflan, or ask the Dr. for even Zofran, benedry.  1/2 hour later, take your tylenol>30mins. prior now to the inj.  Then 30mins. later, being 1 hour after you've eaten and taken aleve,and benedryl with the tylenol....  ...

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