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    Carlina wrote on Fellini's wall

    Chemo can be tough, but we are tougher! I'm glad I gave it a go.
    Also can look at immunotherapy, if your doctor looks into it.
    I was recommended to do it if chemo failed , but the chemo treatments worked.

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    Be aware that no matter what you decide, we are here for you!
    Also, find a good support group at your clinic, and talk to a knowledgeable counsellor.
    I found that to be a necessary part of my healing!!!

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    Carlina wrote on Fellini's wall

    Last April I began chemo. After 4 treatments, my doctor decided to stop because of how it was affecting me. I had issues , but chemo still worked. My tumors in my lymph nodes are gone!
    Results were impressive!
    Today's chemo treatments are targeted towards the cells, even if they can't find the original site.
    Each person has their own journey in the maze of cancer treatment.
    I prayed for direction and

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    Fellini asked a questionCancer of Unknown Primary

    Doesn’t Chemo create bad side effects?

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      BarbarainBham

      Nothing ventured, nothing gained----
      TRY IT

      3 months ago
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      cards7up

      You might have an unknown primary but they do know what type you have. Not all chemo is the same. I always say, you go through treatment for a short time to hopefully give you a longer time to be here. I like waking up in the morning. I was diagnosed almost 9 years ago and also had a local recurrence and now I'm at my 5 year mark of being NED (No Evidence of Disease). And if it recurs again, then I'll deal with it then!

      3 months ago
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      BarbarainBham

      We want to hear about how you are. Please update us.

      I know somebody who had an unknown primary, had tumor removed from her brain, and she's had no recurrence since then (6 years ago).

      about 3 hours ago
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