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Re: [MOL] abdominal Mesothelioma/Reply

Welcome to our wonderful forum, know that we are here for you and will help in any way we can by giving you links and medical articles.  Please know that we are not in the medical profession; but do have combined year's of expierence with  cancer.   I would further suggest that you go to our album; there are many resources in there from how to talk to your doctor, questions to ask about your treatment, cancer centers,  cancer resources and much more.
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- Original Message -----
From: Manuel R.García
Sent: Thursday, May 11, 2000 5:08 AM
Subject: [MOL] abdominal Mesothelioma

I just want  to know new treatment post surgery ( quemotherapy)  for  an abdominal mesothelioma
my mother has it.
and was removed  january 2000, and she should be on quemo)  now.
Manuel R. Garcia